Museo Casa de la Moneda, Madrid

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  • It is a museum dedicated to coins, stamps, lottery tickets, with special incidence in the Spain. It is located at the headquarters of the FNMT and apart from that the entrance is free, tends to be a little crowded and original coins since you can admire more than 2,000 years ago to the present day. Highly recommended also the store, which will overtime adqueirir Edition limited of coins produced by the FNMT
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  • We visited the Museum in October 2018 (the day of our visit began a national holiday October 12, the Museum closes early at 14:00). The structure is actually Spain's National Mint, where print and produce the notes and coins of Spain (Spanish version of "Euro"). The Mint Museum was able to learn about the process of producing the coins (from the planning stage to the stage of mass production, we were surprised to discover that there are many steps in the production process). In addition, you can admire numerous collections of coins from many countries in the world and different times (including more than 1,000 coins). The visit to the Museum was interesting, enriching and experiential. In our opinion, should devote ample time to an hour and a half. We are not paid at the entrance (but again we arrived at, and thus was free entrance) "series coated paper of Netflix, we recommend that you visit the POSSIBILITIES of CSIC (Research Institute located in Madrid, near REPUBLICA ARGENTINA Metro station) and which was taken as a matter of fact, the series (this is the building that you see during The series). In summary: worth a visit, especially if you are a taniinam of money and how production today.
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  • The museum dates from the eighteenth century and its origins are closely linked with Tomás Francisco Prieto, General Engraver of the Mint of King Carlos III. He was Director of Engraving at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando and in 1771 founded a School of Engraving. At this school were the craftsmen who would later to work at the Royal Mint of Spain and its colonies.
  • I was looking for the place were La Casa de Papel was shot. It turns out that it's not the building on the tv show but the permanent exhibition is quite interesting. Worth visiting!
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