Isla Negra, Chile  Isla Negra is a coastal area in El Quisco commune in central Chile.   If you visit this coastal town, stop by the famous Chilean Poet, Pablo Neruda’s, house museum & indulge in some of his history.

Isla Negra, Chile Isla Negra is a coastal area in El Quisco commune in central Chile. If you visit this coastal town, stop by the famous Chilean Poet, Pablo Neruda’s, house museum & indulge in some of his history.


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Isla Negra, Pablo Neruda's favorite house. This is my favorite room in the house. The mosaic is breathtaking.

Isla Negra, Pablo Neruda's favorite house. This is my favorite room in the house. The mosaic is breathtaking.

Molinete: Las Casas de Pablo Neruda. Botellas con formas raras manos

Molinete: Las Casas de Pablo Neruda. Botellas con formas raras manos

Pablo Neruda's desk in Casa de Isla Negra, Chile. "Fashioned out of a plank of wood that washed up on the beach." (via http://diaryofagoodgirl.wordpress.com/)  Find out more about Isla Negra at: http://www.fundacionneruda.org/en/isla-negra/history.html

Pablo Neruda's desk in Casa de Isla Negra, Chile. "Fashioned out of a plank of wood that washed up on the beach." (via http://diaryofagoodgirl.wordpress.com/) Find out more about Isla Negra at: http://www.fundacionneruda.org/en/isla-negra/history.html

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Visiting the revered poet’s three homes in Chile — La Chascona, La Sebastiana and Isla Negra — where his romance with Matilde Urrutia played out, each an expression of his dreams.

In Chile, Where Pablo Neruda Lived and Loved

Visiting the revered poet’s three homes in Chile — La Chascona, La Sebastiana and Isla Negra — where his romance with Matilde Urrutia played out, each an expression of his dreams.

La Chascona (Chile). 'Pablo Neruda’s Santiago house, built at the foot of Cerro San Cristobal, paid tribute to two of his great loves: his wife Matilde (the name ‘La Chascona’ refers to her unruly hair) and the sea. No matter that this house, unlike his others in Chile, is nowhere near the ocean – the living room feels like a lighthouse, while the dining room resembles a ship’s cabin.'

La Chascona (Chile). 'Pablo Neruda’s Santiago house, built at the foot of Cerro San Cristobal, paid tribute to two of his great loves: his wife Matilde (the name ‘La Chascona’ refers to her unruly hair) and the sea. No matter that this house, unlike his others in Chile, is nowhere near the ocean – the living room feels like a lighthouse, while the dining room resembles a ship’s cabin.'

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