This museum is still well worth the visit. Extremely rich collection especially the audio guide with Chinese is a recommended reason not to give up. I prefer history museums, and Spain is best at art museums, like the Prado museum, which is a bit of a trawler for the mentally ill, but it's a bit of a troll.
Spain once prided itself on its naval dominance. Columbus's fingers were pointing toward the country's remaining bravery and ambition. Both the glory and the subsequent fall were recorded silently by the waves and walls. It was a barcelona that must not be forgotten.
The museum, which has 75 years of history and is dedicated to protecting and spreading marine culture, holds an important place in the Mediterranean region. The museum is full of barrels, wooden cases, cables, and anchor chains, the highlight being a 16th-century ocean-going ship.
It may be easier to remember the pirates who defeated the Spanish Armadas across the shore, but Spain's maritime power has been in the ascendancy for 100 years. The glorious history of sailing not only brings gold and honor to the country, but also changes the history of the world. Start with sailing, Spain. Admission is 0 yuan, 2 euros for admission.
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The workshop of the former Royal Spanish Shipyard was remodeled and very spacious. Spain's sea history and technology were the only way in the world 300 years ago, and it shows some of their magnificent ships, even now, which are very grand and highly technical. Some royal ships are very luxurious in appearance, and the carvings are perfect.