Donostia-San Sebastian. The exposition in the tower of Igueldo
Inside the old tower there is a small exhibition consisting of old photographs and household items and folk crafts.
In the first half of the 19th century, San Sebastian was a very small settlement.
Half a century later, it was already built up with high-rise buildings.By the way, the date of the image raises a question - you can see the casino building, construction of which began in 1882.
The funicular cars to mount Igeldo still look exactly the same as they did almost a hundred years ago.
As you can see, the San Sebastian fire Department was pretty advanced. Fire trucks in the twenties of the last century were still a rarity.
A nut peeling machine, I think.
The purpose of this unit remains a mystery.
Women's pre-war bathing suits can make you smile.
But every swimmer had a personal changing booth!
And items related to shipbuilding - chisel and drill, sea lanterns.