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Morro Jable

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Juan Placeres Frances

poet and singer of Morro Jable
Rafael Gómez González

Morro Jable /  Juan Placeres Frances   Morro Jable /  Juan Placeres Frances


Statue of Juan Placeres Frances playing guitar, and two chairs with on the back text of Placeres' songs 'A mi madre' and 'A mi mujer' (originally there were three chairs).


[Coat of arms: Ayto. de Pájara]

El Ilustrísimo Ayuntamiento de Pájara
Dedica este Conjunto Escultórico al poeta y cantante de Morro Jable

Juan Placeres Frances
(1924 - 1948)

Obra del escultor cubano Rafael Gómez González

Y siendo Alcalde de Pájara D. Rafael Perdomo Betancort.
Con la colaboracion de Supermercado Padilla
y La Caja de canarias

Septiembre 2009


The Illustrious Town Council of Pájara
dedicates this sculptural ensemble to the poet and singer of Morro Jable

Juan Placeres Frances
(1924 - 1948)

Work by the Cuban sculptor Gómez González

And being Mayor of Pájara Mr. Rafael Perdomo Betancort
with the cooperation of Padilla Supermarket
and the Canarias Bank

September 2009

Morro Jable - Juan Placeres Frances


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Location (N 28°3'42" - W 14°21'25")

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Item Code: esca376; Photograph: 15 April 2018
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