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In the central square in Casares there is a monument to the memory of Blas Infante and there is also a museum, "Casa Natal de Blas Infante" at 51 Calle Carrera. This museum, the birthplace of Blas Infante, is open to the public Monday to Saturday and the cost of admission is EUR 2.
Blas Infante dedicated his life to championing the cause of Andalucian autonomy and eventually on August 10th, 1936 he paid the price for challenging the status quo and was shot dead by falangists.
Casares is justifiably proud of Blas Infante who lived in the town until he was 11 and then returned to work there after he had completed his secondary education.
The photo shows the monument to Blas Infante in the Plaza de Espana in Casares.
Updated Apr 22, 2007
Driving into the village is not advisable if you panic easily with only millimetres of clearance left on the side of your car. Also it is not advisable if you panic easily when there is no visible place to turn and go back. I did all that without panicking, but I doubt I'll do it next time. It's a lot easier and less of a stress to simply park on the outside and walk in. You will see a lot of parking spaces alongside the road into the village, and you simply find a vacant one, and the walk in is not far.
Written Jul 30, 2008