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Monumento Manuel Alves

Moita, Anadia

Presentation
Manuel Alves (1845-1901) was born and died in Vale do Boi, parish of Moita. Improviser and illiterate, he was known as the ?Poeta Cavador? (digger poet). This nickname was given by Tomás de Fonseca, who was also responsible for the compilation of his poems ?Versos dum Cavador? (Verses of a Digger).
In the 50s, a bronze bust in honour of Manuel Alves, ?the digger poet? was established in Moita

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Monumento Manuel Alves

E-mail: geral@cm-anadia.pt

Coordinates: N: 40º26'30, W: 8º24'46
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