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Discover 3 places to see in Poppi

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BIGONAIO'S SHOP AND PERMANENT EXHIBITION ON WAR AND RESISTANCE

Bigonaio's shop. The initiative was founded by the Pro Loco of Moggiona in order not to lose the memory bigonaio craft (making of wooden containers for the collection of grapes), which featured occupation for centuries the town of Moggiona, always linked to the life of the forest. The preparation, rebuilds the traditional shop environment and collects antique tools that risked seriously end up missing. Documentary material related to the ways to provide the raw material, process and market, accompanied by photographic documentation, provide a more complete use of the site. Demonstration and e


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CASTELLO DEI CONTI GUIDI-permanent exhibitions

The medieval castle of the counts Guidi, former seat of the municipality of Poppi, is a monument visited regularly open to the public, which are mainly used for the Organization of temporary exhibitions on various themes. The visit to the castle includes the chapel decorated by frescoes by Taddeo Gaddi and some permanent exhibitions. Among the latter are the part devoted to prisons, the Bell Tower and an exhibition dedicated to the battle of Campaldino fought between Guelph and Ghibelline armies of June 11, 1289. The exhibition contains a model of the battle with about 3,000 soldiers in Tin, d


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' CARLO SIEMONI FORESTRY MUSEUM '

The Museum, established in 1985 and moved to its present location in 1992, is dedicated to the Bohemian Forest engineer Karl Siemon, called to administer the casentino forests by the Grand Duke of Tuscany Leopold II in 1837. Features photos, murals of flora and fauna of the Apennines, a model of the geology of the area, reconstruction of natural environments, a xylotheque and tassidemizzati of appenninnici mammals. In connection with the Museum is the Arboretum Carlo Siemoni titled the forestry engineer


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