One of our activities in conserving artistic and cultural assets consists of restoring old publications and republishing them in order that they become more widely known.
Learn about the collections we have published so far:
Iberdrola’s Restoration Papers
The titles in this collection aim not only to provide knowledge regarding our heritage, but they are also as a means of presenting our work to conserve Spain’s artistic and cultural assets:
- The grille in Guadalupe Monastery ( (1997).
- The high altar in the Sanctuary of La Encina de Arceniega in Álava (1999).
- The fountain of the tritons and shells in the Royal Palace of Madrid (2000).
- The Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo in El Escorial (2001).
- The Primate Cathedral of Toledo (2002).
- San Juan de los Reyes Monastery in Toledo (2002) [PDF].
- The Royal Palace in Aranjuez (2003) [PDF].
- The Tabernacle of the Holy Church Cathedral in Seville (2004) [PDF].
- The Royal Palace in La Granja de San Ildefonso (2004) [PDF].
- The church of San Román in Toledo (2004) [PDF].
- San Blas Chapel in the Cathedral of Toledo (2005) [PDF].
- The Prince’s House at El Escorial (2006) [PDF].
- The Carthusian Monastery in Miraflores (2007): the sepulchres [PDF], the altarpiece [PDF] and the stained glass windows [PDF].
- The Basilica of the Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo at El Escorial (2010) [PDF].
The purpose of this collection is to highlight the personal and social track record of the great men and women who have significantly contributed to the development of scientific, technological and humanist knowledge in our civilisation:
- Gutenberg and the Technology of the Art of Printing (2005) [PDF]. Juan Antonio Martínez-Val.
- The lights of energy (2005) [PDF]. Jorge Alcalde.
- Architects of Matter (2006) [PDF]. Jaume Navarro.
- Geniuses of Electrical Engineering 1 [PDF]. 2 [PDF]. 3 [PDF]. 4 [PDF]. 5 [PDF]. Jesús Fraile Mora.