Architectural, Cultural sights in León
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Of all the museums and monuments dedicated to the poet that are scattered across his doting homeland, Museo Rubén Darío seems like the one where you'd be most likely to run into his ghost. Exhibits are displayed throughout the house where he lived until he was a teenager, ranging from everyday items - more a window into well-to-do Nicaragua in the late 1800s - to handwritten manuscripts of Darío's famous works.
His Bible, the bed where he died 'an agonizing death' and the fancy duds he wore as the Ambassador to Spain (as well as for his most famous portrait) are just highlights among the historic bric-a-brac.
Another poet, Alfonso Cortés, also lived here during the…