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Alfercam Museum

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Alfercam Museum
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Established15 December 2006
LocationCalle José Cueto 60
33400 Avilés, Spain
Coordinates43°33′33″N 5°56′02″W / 43.559225°N 5.933808°W / 43.559225; -5.933808

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Alfercam Museum (Spanish: Museo Alfercam) is a music and automobile museum in Avilés, Asturias, Spain. Its name is a combination of the owners' names: Alfredo and Fernando Campelo. Established 15 December 2006, it was Aviles' first museum and was open Wednesday through Sunday. It closed temporally 19 November 2008 due to financial losses.[1] Later it was open again.

The over 1,000 sq ft (93 m2) space exhibits the collections of the Campelo brothers.[2] One of the exhibit halls showcases approximately 400 ethnic musical instruments while the second contains 30 classic cars.

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  1. "Alfercam Museum, the only one of the city, closed its doors after two years of activity". Retrieved 3 August 2009.
  2. "Museum Alfercam of ethnic musical instruments and automotive classic". Retrieved 3 August 2009.

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