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The Museum of Printing, open since 1977, owns more than 400 printing presses and similar printing works, dating from the 18th century through the 20th. A selection of these are available for public viewing (more are available by scheduling an appointment for a guided tour). Three of the most noteworthy items in the collection include a Stanhope press, a wooden 18th century press, and the cylindrical press used by the occupying German forces in Brussels during the First World War.

Phone: +32 / 02 519 53 56

Location: boulevard de l'Empereur 4, Brussels 1000

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(Antwerp) Antwerp Museum of Folklore
(Antwerp-Deurne) Antwerp Silver Museum Sterckshof
(Gent) Archaeological Museum of Bijloke Abbey
(Brussels) Atomium
(Beloeil-Aubechies) Aubechies Archaeological Site

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