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Museo de Cuchilleria, Taramundi

(3.8/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
Museo de Cuchilleria is located in Taramundi. Use our Teijo vacation planner to add Museo de Cuchilleria and other attractions to your Teijo vacation plans.
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  • We arrived at Taramundi and after a visit to the village we decided to look for the famous knife. In this plan we got to Pardinas (name that brought memories of our land). A well signposted and charming town in which we find the Museum of cutlery. The Elvira told us what to visit in the area (the tourist office was closed), made us a show of forging a traditional knife of the more pleasant and natural way and we gave way to the museum itself. Very dynamic, with areas to experience and a fantastic collection of knives, knives and other utensils of the Earth. 100% recommended.
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  • the Museum is not very big but you explains much about the cutlery of taramundi, less like us was the live demo which is very scarce and very fast but otherwise very well, there is that highlight the giant knife that is precious!
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  • The Museum is well, us back to the beginnings of blacksmith works to present the famous knives of Taramundi crafts, though the only tools are not tas's Court which are made there. Tamboen do a show well above the work of forging one of the traditional knives.
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