This tiny museum exhibits a collection of micro-sculptures and micro-paintings by Manuel Ussà. These are invisible to the human eye but can be seen using powerful magnifying glasses. See works such as ‘The Statue of Liberty’ inside a needle eye or one of Goya’s works on a grain of rice.
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