The travelling exhibition entitled Ars Mechanicae. Ingeniería medieval (Ars Mechanicae. Medieval engineering), co-produced by the Spanish Centre for Public Works Studies and Experimentation-Centre for Historic Studies on Public Works and Urban Planning (CEDEX-CEHOPU) and Fundación Juanelo Turriano, opened on 22 July at the Castile-Leon Flour Industry Museum in Gordoncillo, a town in the Spanish province of Leon.
The exhibition aims to provide an overview of Medieval technology in use in the kingdoms established on the Iberian Peninsula, focusing on public works, be they roads and bridges, irrigation and water supply, ports and lighthouses or castles and fortresses.
The exhibition will be open to the public through 18 January 2017.