The collection features João Gilberto, Jorge Ben Jor, Hebe Camargo, Taiguara, Tito Puentes, Elvira Ríos and Elizeth Cardoso
Felipe II's Monastery, a Spanish Renaissance architectural gem, attracts tourists from around the world to San Lorenzo de El Escorial - a small Spanish town just half an hour away from Madrid. What many people don't know is that there is another treasure hidden in these hills. Scattered in the rooms of an exquisite country house, it consists of photos, tapes, CDs, books, memorabilia, and vinyl records from across the ocean. This Alibaba-esque booty is known as the Gladys Palmera collection, the largest collection of Latin American music in the world.
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