Museo del Biblioteca Nacional


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With over three million volumes, Spain's national library has been called the 'Prado of paper'. Among the wealth of printed matter there is every work published in Spain since 1716, Greek papyri, Arab, Hebrew and Greek manuscripts, Nebrija's first Spanish grammar, bibles, and drawings by Goya, Velázquez, Rembrandt and many others. Given the precious and fragile nature of the texts, access was limited to scholars, but in 1996 the administration opened this museum to allow the public a glimpse of the library's riches. The displays are conceived as interactive, steering visitors through bibliographical history via multimedia applications including laser shows, videos and holographs.

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Museo del Biblioteca Nacional details

Biblioteca Nacional,
Paseo de Recoletos 20

Area Madrid

Transport Metro Colón .

Telephone 91 580 77 72

Museo del Biblioteca Nacional website

Open 10am-8pm Tue-Sat; 10am-1pm Sun.

Admission free.

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By Matt - Nov 6 2013

Err...I believe that should be "de la Biblioteca". Its a feminine word ;)