You asked: What did Rizal do in France and Germany?

What did Jose Rizal do in Germany?

Rizal stayed in Berlin, capital of Germany, to gain further knowledge of ophthalmology, to attend some lectures at its local university, to further his studies of sciences and languages, to get familiar with the scenic Germany, to be part of the scientific community and to finish his novel, “Noli Me Tángere.”

What were the reason of Dr Jose Rizal in visiting France and Germany?

Winter of 1886 – Rizal’s darkest winter in Berlin. March 11, 1886- one of Rizal’s important letters written while he was in Germany that addressed to his sister, Trinidad. Rizal expressed his high regard and admiration for German womanhood. Rizal went to Paris and Germany in order to specialize in ophthalmology.

Why did Rizal migrate to France and Germany?

Education: After finishing his studies in Madrid, Rizal decided to leave the spanish capital to move to France and Germany. His decision to migrate into these two countries was due to his desire to specialize in ophtalmology.

What were the activities of Rizal in Paris and Germany?

Rizal went to Paris and Germany to specialize in ophthalmology. He chose this branch because he wanted to cure his mother’s eyes. He served as assistant to the famous oculists of Europe. He also continued his travels and observations of European life and customs in Paris, Heidelberg, Leipzig and Berlin.

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When did Rizal go to Paris and Germany?

After his studies in Madrid, he went to Paris, France in October, 1885 to take up advanced studies in ophthalmology under the famous Dr. Louis de Wecker. He continued writing the novel in Paris. After a few months stay in Paris, Rizal left for Heidelberg, Germany on February 1, 1886.

When did Rizal go to Germany?

Rizal traveled to Germany from the beginning of 1886 to mid-1887. He chronicled almost every detail of his life and travels in Germany including his travels with fellow Filipino expat Maximo Viola who joined him during the latter half of his travels.