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The Museum houses liturgical furnishings of the Provostship of Campiglia Marittima: silverware, monstrances, chalices, ciboria, reliquaries, liturgical vestments, statues, paintings and ancient stone artefacts, objects dating from the 16th century and the 19th century.
Collects thousands of tools used to carry out jobs that characterized the economic activity of the Val di Cornia in the last two hundred years. Agricultural work tools, tools, craft and industrial use, make up this collection of historical and anthropological interest that manages to make the idea of the difficulties and the ingenuity with which our ancestors faced daily jobs. Well preserved objects that provide an overview of the evolution of the technologies addressed to primordial human activity that is the basis of the present society.
The Rocca di Campiglia Marittima dominates the medieval village of the same name and is the oldest, what remains of the stone castle built during the 12th century a.d. by the counts Della Gherardesca. Inside the walls, in an area now in public park, stands the building of the mould, now home to the Museum of the fortress, the ancient cistern, the imposing crenellated wall with double Lancet window of noble building (sec. XI-XV) and the aqueduct of the 30 's of the 20th century. In this building are a series of educational panels that reconstruct the history of the town of Campiglia Marittima b
The Park was established following the excavations of the castle of Rocca San Silvestro, and looking in the area started in 1984 campigliese by the University of Siena. The park aims to promote not only an individual but an entire monument historical landscape, the result of centuries of mining activity. With its copper mines of silver and the Rocca di San Silvestro, village built at the beginning of the year 1000 to House miners and smelters, constitutes a reference for the Organization of work in medieval mining. The Park also includes two underground paths in the mine, one to visit on foot