L’Iber Museum: Imagining America

The L’Iber Museum, with the largest collection of miniatures and toy soldiers in the world, inaugurated another new exhibition on December 22nd 2015.

This ambitious exhibition attempts to review American history, including the War of Independence, the Civil War and the Indian wars using 2,000 toy soldiers in various displays showing The Battle of Fort Washinton, The Battle of Antietam and various scenes in the lives of the US Cavalry, settlers and Native Americans.


The exhibition will be open until October 2016 and includes various artifacts from the different epochs, such as a belt buckle belonging to General Custer, and is supplemented by a series of films and conferences to explain how America began its path to superpowerhood and how the west was won.


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