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Museo de la Radio, Ponferrada

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  • We popped in here because it was free on Wednesdays and were surprised how interesting it is. Unless you are a radio buff, it won't take you too long to go round. It was interesting to see the types o...  more »
  • What a disappointing place Pontferrada is turning out to be, not for that available in the town but rather it's deliberate non-utilisation/availability by/to a wider audience. This museum is another c...  more »
  • While most of us may not be thrilled about radios, this is worth seeing! The museum has gathered and organised an interesting collection that shows the progress of technology through time. Youngsters ...  more »
  • More than three hours of recordings, documents, Visual, sound, etc. Another way to see history from the 1920s. Very, very recommended. And fantastic collection of radio devices.
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  • This is the legacy of Luis de el Olmo collection to the city where he was born and trained as a radio announcer, becoming what was one of the best communicators in the Spanish radio. Perhaps, therefore, the many radio devices from the period prior to the entry of television, when manufactured models in wood, very elegant and attractive, and they occupied a place of choice in the Spanish houses of thirty to sixty years of the last century.
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  • Very interesting
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  • Place with history
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  • Curious Museum. You can learn about the history of radio in the hands of Don Luis de el Olmo.
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