On this 30th of July, the Associação Cultural Catalonia offers the public the lecture 'Serrallonga, the Catalan Robin Hood'. It will be an opportunity for us to know a little more about the man who illustrates part of the Catalonia folklore, and to whom songs and plays were dedicated. Like Sant Jordi, Serrallonga is presented in stories that behave like pendulums between truths and myths.
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How to attend the lecture on the Catalan Robin Hood?
Associação Cultural Catalonia continues with its successful program this year. Recently, the entity, located in São Paulo, organized the virtual events 'conversations in catalan', whose protagonist was the actor joel joel, and 'Music in the time of Ramon Llull'.
Again, due to the restrictions that characterize the coronavirus pandemic, the entity chaired by Marius Vendrell takes to the Zoom platform an event that, under normal conditions, would be held at its headquarters. The lecture will be given by the professor and researcher Felipe Alamino. Coincidentally, Felipe Alamino was responsible for presenting the first virtual event of Associação Cultural Catalonia, held in August last year, whose theme was 'Catalan as a minority language in Europe'.
Registration for the lecture 'Serrallonga, the Catalan Robin Hood' can be done through the email firstname.lastname@example.org. People interested in the lecture are asked to write “lecture on Serrallonga” in the title of the message. The event, scheduled for this Friday, July 30th, starts at 18pm.