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  • Museo de la Imprenta y de las Artes Gráficas

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    The first book ever printed in Spain (a devotional book exalting the Virgin Mary) was made in Valencia in 1474. This museum was founded as a tribute to this event and is located in the El Puig de Santa María Royal Monastery. It has many extremely valuable facsimile books, as well as wooden presses, letter moulds, printers’ marks, hand-carved relief plates and printing implements from Gutenberg's era. Since the museum's creation in 1986, the collection has expanded thanks to the addition of private collections.

     

    Spain
    Started: 1986

    Address:
    de Joanot Martorell, 6, El Puig de Santa Maria, Comunidad Valenciana, 46540, Spain



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