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Documents the olive processing animal energy (macina) and human (single), in an old mill that still preserves intact the technological equipment of the time. The project also includes the renovation of the premises for the laboratory and those above in which was carved the residential part, which, once arranged, the educational system will-documentary on the oil cycle.
The archaeological museum, which represents the expansion of the civic museum founded in 1867, it was transferred to its current location in 1978. In 1985 and in 1992 were made new productions, which have privileged the specialization in the field of Archaeology Museum. The Museum is open to the territory in connection with the archaeological Etruscan Park of Lake Accesa.
The Museum was established, thanks to an agreement between the municipality, the Superintendency and parishes, in order to protect and promote works of religious art produced in historic-artistic period more important for Massa Marittima, the one that runs from the 13th century to the 16th, in which the city is experiencing a time of great wealth due to the exploitation of the mines of metalliferous hills. The Museum is a journey in art in Massa Marittima in those centuries in which he felt the influence of culture and art of Pisa and Siena with artists such as Giovanni Pisano, Ambrogio Lorenz
The Museum was created with the purpose of witnessing the work and life inside the mine. The mining sector has been for decades the backbone of the local economy which rested almost entirely on the mining industry and on the business side of treatment of sulfides. Since 2005 the mining museum is home to one of the doors of Massa Marittima archaeological and Technological Park of Colline Metallifere grossetane
Completely redesigned in 2001 with modern exhibition criteria and pay attention to education, the Museum documents the mining culture in Colline Metallifere exposing objects used by miners of the area and telling the story of Massa Marittima mining from medieval times to the present day. Since 2005 is home to one of the information points of Archaeological and technological Park of Colline Metallifere Grossetane.
Exposes ancient bodies of 12 Italian craftsmanship, ranging from 1680 to 1839. Also exposes 6 keyboard instruments that show the evolution of mechanics in keyboard instruments from the harpsichord to the modern piano: a painting by 17th century Italian harpsichord, fortepiano of the late 18th century, two 19th century fortepiano and two pianos (1830, 1870, 1904).