Madrid is a unique city filled with history and awesome art museums but my most recent trip to the Spanish capital last August was planned to visit the Geomining museum.

Located in Rios Rosas 23, in the Chamberí district, in the North of Madrid, this geological, mineralogical and paleontological museum of the Instituto Geológico y Minero de España is an amazing and not very known antique museum due to it preserves the most important collections of minerals, rocks and fossils from Spain, its colonial territories and other meaning reserves in the world.

I could not stop taking photos to the collections of minerals, this museum has fascinated me from the first moment. The inside of the building of wood, glass and wrought iron make it a unique and special environment exciting and hard to describe engaging the almost solitary visitor.

I'm sure that I will be back soon.









Written by Nuria Ponz — September 23, 2013



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