Joaquín Zavala



Joaquín Zavala Solís (30 November 1835 Managua – 30 December 1906 Managua) was the President of Nicaragua from 1 March 1879 to 1 March 1883 and from 16 to 25 July 1893. He was a member of the Conservative Party of Nicaragua. He is now remembered especially for having thwarted the request of the young Rubén Darío, later to become one of the most well-known Spanish-language poets, for a government scholarship to study in Europe. In 1882 Darío, then 15 years old, read some of his poetry to a group including the President - whereupon Zavala reportedly reproved him: "My son, if you so write against the religion of your fathers and their homeland now, what will become of you if you go to Eu...

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Joaquín Zavala terminó en el décimo primer lugar con un tiempo de 42 segundos 65 centésimas. - Jorge Aracena terminó en el décimo cuarto lugar con un tiempo de 1 minuto 26 segundos 33 centésimas. 50 metros estilo libre - Damas 11 ...
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