Alange

Alange is a town dating back to at least the Roman period, when a bath house was constructed with separate facilities for men and women was built in the area. It has a population of around 1,900 people.

History

Alange is a place that Carolina Coronado, an influential Sapphic poet in the Romantic period, found particularly pleasant to visit during the time she lived in Extremadura.

In early March 2022, there were no LGTB friendly rooms for rent in shared accommodation on Idealista.

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Biblioteca Pública de Alange, located at Calle Fragua, 0, is a public library in the town. Club de Lectura de Alange organized an homage to Carolina Coronado on 11 March 2011 at the town’s public library to celebrate the centenary of her death. The homage was supported by a special radio program and visits to Almendralejo, where other events took place.

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