The Palafoxiana Library has the first and unique interactive room in an ancient library, offering exhibitions and workshops for all public, children and young people at first. More than 34,000 people have visited it since it opening in July 2003.
Our objectives are:
To recognize the knowledge and techniques developed by different cultures to the appearing of the book.
To know ancient materials to writing.
To identify the characteristics of ancient books.
To identify some human gropus which have developed the sailing.
To recongize the importance and necessity of representing the world for cartography.
The interactive room is open from Tuesday to Sunday for the general public and school gropus.
A complementary program is the Mobile Palafoxiana, which travels to economically excluded communities of difficult access or disadvantage people, the essence of the Library, in a vehicle created especially to wake up the interest of all people on their heritage.
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