I've long had a passing interest in typewriters - how they developed, the stages through which they went, and how they grew to be the indispensable office automation tool during most of the 20th century.
I was therefore both interested and amused to read how the lead designer and typographer for Medium.com found an unheralded treasure trove of typewriters in a museum in Spain. Popular Mechanics reports:
While poking around for a Salvador Dali museum in Figueres, Spain [Marcin Wichary] stumbled upon something else—the Emporda Technical Museum.
According to travel guides, you'll find it described as "[a collection that] shows how technology and science has affected our lives, [with] some beautiful items on show," but boy is that an understatement, as Wichary found out.
There's more at the link. Fun stuff for typewriter and office technology fundis.