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Jardín Museo Casa Cervantes

The house where Cervantes lived on one of the floors during his second stay in Valladolid belonged to a group of five houses, all the same, built by Juan de las Navas in 1601 on building lots inherited from his father and others he acquired in the calle del Rastro de los carneros.