Museo de la Radio

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Marimar
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Day out
Aug 2017 • Family
Nice collection of antiques to modern radios.Visit day time.Ok if you like a bit of the radio media history.
Written August 25, 2017
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Nicolas777111
Roda de Bara, Spain31 contributions
A surprising museum
Aug 2016 • Friends
This is one of the only two Radio museums in Spain. It was founded by the esteemed radio interviewer Luis de Olmo. You can see so many radios as from 1825 until the years sixty. It even has two german volksradios from the Nazi period with swastika signs on the volume and channel searching buttons. Louis de Olmo survived more than 7 attempts to liquidate him by the Bask ETA.
Written November 1, 2016
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Frank S
Letchworth, UK50 contributions
Impressive facade but little else
Sep 2015 • Friends
Interesting visit but not for everyone. Very small premises with a big entrance. Disappointing..Looks to be promising but fades badly
Written September 14, 2015
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Au_bonheur_Box
Amstelveen, Noord-Holland, Netherlands20 contributions
Great initiative of The City of Roda de Bara and the eminent Radio presentator Luis del Olmo
Aug 2015 • Family
Although borne in Asturias, Luis del Olmo (born 1937) pawned his heart to the City of Roda de Bara (in the province of Tarragona/ Catalonia). Luis has always promoted this small city by introducing a copy of the Marbella song festival. Many great singers came to sing in Roda de Bara among which Julio Igluesias, Montserrat Caballe. Also fcBarcelona came to play in Roda de Bara although it had no grass to play on. THe City and Luis decided to found a museum of the history of radio. Many great old radios are to been seen in the museum such as Grundig, Telefunken, Philips and even a German Radio of the 40ties with the Nazi Swatiska on the radio button. Luis del Olmo is a great person. Presentator on several channels such as SER, RNE, ONDA CERO etc. during the Franco regime and afterwoods as a liberal. He critized ETA for murdering innoncent civilians for its political reasons, as a result Luis suffered 8 attemps on his live by ETA. Come and visit the Mueseum of Radio en La Roca Gaieta at the seashore of Roda de Bara. Kind regards Nicolas van Boxtel
Written August 16, 2015
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