Casa de Lola Rodríguez de Tió
Catedral de San Germán de Auxerre
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Chateaux De Auxerre
A feast in the courtyard of this centrally located 19th-century town house rewards a tough day of west coast exploration. Sunday brunch...
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Casa de Lola Rodríguez de Tió information
Built in 1843 in a neoclassical Creole style and said to be an excellent example of local 19th-century domestic architecture, this house is reputedly the town's most continually occupied residence. Its most famous resident was a 19th-century poet and patriot named Lola Rodríguez de Tió, who was exiled in the 1860s for her revolutionary activities. Lola’s mother was a descendant of Ponce de León. The house is supposed to act as a museum, but is often closed. Phone ahead.