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"Bronze statues of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, at the Plaza de España in Madrid" -- with Cervantes in the background.

"Bronze statues of Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, at the Plaza de España in Madrid" -- with Cervantes in the background.

Ana le gustaba la escuela en España, pero la clase de español era muy difícil porque estaban leyendo el libro de "Don Quijote" y no entiendo el español bien.

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Ana le gustaba la escuela en España, pero la clase de español era muy difícil porque estaban leyendo el libro de "Don Quijote" y no entiendo el español bien.

Several faces are hidden in this art illusion picture of Don Quixote from Salvador Dali, the Spanish surrealist.

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Several faces are hidden in this art illusion picture of Don Quixote from Salvador Dali, the Spanish surrealist.

Illustrations from international editions of “Don Quixote” published in the quixotic sixties. Pictured: Enrique Herreros.

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Illustrations from international editions of “Don Quixote” published in the quixotic sixties. Pictured: Enrique Herreros.

Salvador Dalí - Don Quixote and the Windmills [1945] -- WOW! Hadn't seen this one before!

Salvador Dalí - Don Quixote and the Windmills [1945] -- WOW! Hadn't seen this one before!

Sancho Panza is a fictional character in the novel Don Quixote written by Spanish author Don Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra in 1605. Sancho acts as squire to Don Quixote, and provides comments throughout the novel, known as sanchismos, that are a combination of broad humour, ironic Spanish proverbs, and earthy wit.  "Panza" in Spanish means "belly".

Sancho Panza is a fictional character in the novel Don Quixote written by Spanish author Don Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra in 1605. Sancho acts as squire to Don Quixote, and provides comments throughout the novel, known as sanchismos, that are a combination of broad humour, ironic Spanish proverbs, and earthy wit. "Panza" in Spanish means "belly".

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