- This museum aims to describe the history of human communication from the advent of writing to the end of the 20th century. All sorts of cutting edge technology is used to bring that history to life. Audiovisual displays, holograms, games and interactive videos show you how craftsmen developed engraving, printing and silkscreen techniques through the centuries. Twenty different multimedia systems are employed to bring the rich archives of the National Library to life for you, including its oldest (4th century) manuscript as well as recordings and diaries made by important figures like Unamuno, Picasso, Miró and Vicente Aleixandre. Admission: free.
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