Based in the city of Segovia, this Royal Academy was founded in 1919 under the name Segovian Popular University, among others, by the poet Antonio Machado, and its founding goal was to promote the dissemination of the culture of the Segovian people. In 1927 he settled in his current headquarters of the church of San Quirce, a building of Romanesque style of the XII century. In 1966 he obtained his admission as an academy associated with the Institute of Spain and in 1997 received the title of Royal.
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