The Museum of Typography at Souda on the island of Crete is the only one of its kind in Greece. It was founded by Yannis & Eleni Garedakis, owners of the local newspaper, Haniotika Nea, whose redundant presses are exhibited. The museum opened in 2005 and was extended in 2012 and 2015. Visitors can operate nineteenth century presses and sit at typesetting benches and assemble type by hand, or with the use of linotype machines. There are sections on book-binding, typewriters and the telex system. An exhibition of rare editions ranging in date from the sixteenth century to the nineteenth includes many works illustrating the history of Crete. The museum in Souda is a member of the Association of European Printing Museums.