Museo della Stampa

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Museo della Stampa

Museo della Stampa
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garyp281
Nowy Jork, Nowy Jork162 contributions
Incredible Small Museum.....
wrz 2019
Of particular interest: Jewish History of the Italian Renaissance and of the history of the Printing Press.
Tucked away in the small village of Soncino on the plains of Lombardy east of Milan. It's a small museum, and
I had a guide who spoke beautiful English, and, he not only described the exhibition but made a demonstration of the printing process which produced a print that I could take as a souvenir. I was there on a market day so the town was full of activity, an added plus.
Written 12 września 2019
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Margo B
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Amazing guide!!
sie 2018 • Dla rodziny
The visit is about 20-30 minuted long. I was mostly surprised by the enthusiasm of the old guide who probably tells the same story to every visitor an infinite amount of times per day but never fails to catch your attention. The museum is very interesting, you can learn some fascinating facts about Hebrew language and see how a copy of the first page of the Hebrew bible is printed. Totally recommend this place!
Written 18 sierpnia 2018
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Tamas K
9 contributions
A little piece of history with a fantastic old guide
paź 2017 • Wyjazd w pojedynkę
The museo della stampa is housed in an old medieval building, once home to a Jewish printing family that came to Soncino from Germany at the request of the Sforzas. In 1483 not long after printing was invented by Guttenberg, they printed the first Hebrew language bible in Soncino. The museum has limited opening hours, but when open an old man takes you on a historic journey back to the Middle Ages and in the process prints a copy of the first page of the Hebrew Bible on a very old printing machine. It is really a unique experience.
Written 27 października 2017
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veff1995
Rockville Centre, New York39 contributions
Ancient Bible Printer
wrz 2016 • Pary
Must see in Soncino. An adorable, older Italian man (in Italian) tells the story of the first press and the home. However, you'll understand him because he is so animated and enthusiastic. The museum is housed in the place where the Jewish family lived and worked. If you're a little older, you may recognize some throwbacks from your youth. Good for all ages to see.
Written 9 września 2016
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vicentiuj
Resita, Rumunia224 contributions
The curator is very old and not so nice
paź 2014 • Pary
The curator of the museum is annoying and not so nice. He wanted to close earlier...maby because it was friday and he wanted to go to sleep. The museum is ok and the old stampa are ok
Written 6 września 2015
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Costin I
Bukareszt, Rumunia25 contributions
Wonderful history lesson
sie 2014 • Biznesowy
This museum isn't big but you'll find really interesting things. It is inside a house, in the center of the town, on a quit small street, where was printed the first Bible book. The history, the pictures, the explanations from the staff are making you go a couple of centuries ago.
Written 30 czerwca 2015
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