International Bagpipe Museum

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International Bagpipe Museum
Muséu Internacional de la Gaita
Muséu Internacional de la Gaita.JPG
Established 1965[1]
Location Paseo del Doctor Fleming, 877 (La Güelga), Gijón, Asturias, Spain
Website The museum at Gijón City Hall website

The International Bagpipe Museum (Spanish: Museo internacional de la gaita) is located in Gijón, Asturias, Spain. The museum was founded in 1965, and moved to its current location, integrated in the Museum of the Asturian People, in 1975.

The museum houses a large collection of bagpipes from Spain, and from the remainder of Europe, Africa, and Asia.[2] Additionally, the museum features items related to Asturian music.

External links[edit]

  1. ^ J.M. Ceinos. Gaitas, «micros» y kilovatios . Lne.es
  2. ^ Michael W Weissberg; Sgt. Michael Weissberg (October 2011). Honor, Glory, Respect: Conducting Police Funerals. Lulu.com. pp. 37–. ISBN 978-0-9834866-0-2. 

Coordinates: 43°32′16″N 5°38′01″W / 43.5377°N 5.6337°W / 43.5377; -5.6337