- It's a bit like a pop art museum and has some real collector's items on display, like the Ericsson models made between 1895 and 1910 as well as telephones made by Siemens and General Electric. It aims to trace the evolution of telecommunications from the early days until the 1960s. You can find out about the history of the Spanish telephone industry and its Telefónica company in particular. Don't miss room five and its replica telephone operator's switchboard. There are regular temporary exhibitions of contemporary artists who work with new technology and the museum owns a collection of contemporary art including names like Picasso, Chillida, Juan Gris, Tàpies and Luis Fernández on show in the Reina Sofía Gallery.
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