In 1947. the Rosalía de Castro Foundation was created in order to recover the Casa da Matanza in which the poet lived with her husband and children. and in which she died in 1885. It was restored in 1971 and is currently owned by the Rosalía de Castro Foundation. whose objectives are the recognition of the figure and her work as a writer and that of her husband. the historian Manuel Murguía. The house is surrounded by a green space. the old vegetable garden. now converted into a recreation of a garden of the time. The interior is composed of two floors: the ground floor is dedicated to the figure of the writer and its literary importance; the first floor is an environmental recreation of a rural house of the time. between labriega and hidalga. with a kitchen. a dining room. two bedrooms and a library. You can also see two cabinets with different editions of her literary works and a variety of objects that bear witness to her person.