Officials officially inaugurated the tomb and monument for legendary writer Miguel de Cervantes in the 'Convent of the Barefoot Trinitarians' in Madrid nearly 400 years after he died, Thursday. His remains were found in March this year. The inauguration was attended by politicians, representatives of the Royal Spanish Academy, the Archbishop of Madrid and members of the Spanish military. Mayor of Madrid Ana Botella said the monument has deep "symbolic value" and went on to express delight at the "mission" now being "accomplished." The Don Quixote author, who lived from 1547 to 1616, was burried in the year of his death but the coffin was later lost. Cervantes is considered by many as the father of the modern novel.
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