Last days of Girona in the modern times: from workshop to military stronghold (16th-18 th centuries)
The exhibition has received 3,306 visitors during the six-month and has had to extend until May 17.
There is still time to visit, work content from a new perspective of historical research that definitely includes the gender. Two of the activities around the exhibition had women as protagonists. If the talk of Anna Gironella was lost on 28 March, here's a link to vidoe conference where episodes from the lives of four women of modern Girona is recounted.
[Anna Gironella conference]
And also you find the link to the emotional concert offered Lídia Pujol Easter Monday, before a large and devoted audience, on the terrace of the History Museum of Girona.
[performance Lídia Pujol]