Museums

Museums in Debabarrena

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Lambretta collection from the 50s, located in the Arms Industry Museum.

There are currently four museums open to the public in Debabarrena. They are invariably small musems showing how certain towns have interacted with an element that is intrinsically linked to its history.

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Machine-tooling museum, in Elgoibar

The influence of the sea on Mutriku, industrial development in Eibar and linked production of machine-tool in Elgoibar or agriculture on Lastur have left an indelible mark on the character of these places.

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Nautilus Interpretation Centre, in Mutriku.

These museums attempt to portray these bonds, though it is in the streets of these towns and villages that the real museum can be found.

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Civil War Interpretation Center, in Arrate (Eibar) / Picture: lonifasiko

So take your time and on leaving each museum, have a wander round the streets and discover the real museum.

Arms Industry Museum Bista-Eder Kalea, 10, 20600 Eibar, Gipuzkoa
Machine-tool Museum Azkue Bailara, 1, 20870 Elgoibar, Gipuzkoa
Civil War Interpretation Centre Arrate Balle Auzoa, 20600 Eibar, Gipuzkoa
Nautilus Interpretation Centre Jose Antonio Ezeiza Kalea, 3, 20830 Mutriku, Gipuzkoa

Read out this interesting post (in spanish) at Lonifasiko's blog, in order to get to know the most unique and original museums through the Basque Country.

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