Love to read? Located on Calle Cristo , check out this tiny museum which offers exhibitions related to books and printing. ... More
Casa del Libro
Love to read? Located on Calle Cristo , check out this tiny museum which offers exhibitions related to books and printing. The museum has a collection of vintage books from the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. Take in the history of book printing on the island and take note of the very curious and primitive printing tools discovered by local historians.
They have everything related to historical printing industry. A nice and refined collection. They also organized exhibitions of illustration, prints, posters and books. I visited a Neruda exhibit and they were showing books illustrated by Picasso, Mattise and Chagall, among other artists, very famous and well-known. Admission is free because collection was donated to the people of Puerto Rico by Adler, the main collector. After that they continued collecting. I recommend this place a lot.
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