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Discover 4 places to see in Fivizzano

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MUSEUM OF WORK IN LUCID

The Museum of work of Polished documents, photographs and objects, the transition from agriculture to the industrial economy with all its historical and cultural consequences.


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MUSEUM OF PRINTING JACOPO DA FIVIZZANO

The Museum of printing is designed by Loris Jacopo Bononi and Eugenio Baloch to remember the link between the Lunigiana and the press. The collection is divided into three sections. The first two collections concerning the town of Fivizzano and its contribution to the history of written communication through writing and typography. In the small town lunigianense began to print books for eleven years before in Vienna, nine before London, seven before Oxford, Geneva, Barcelona and five before Brussels. Jacopo da Fivizzano, between 1470 and 1474, implanted for the first time the typeface to print


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CULTURAL PARK OF EQUI CAVES AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM CAESAR AMBROSI

The Cultural Park of the Fair consists of a archeoparco, the archaeological museum, and pit caves (photography and paintings). Visiting the Park is arranged into paths that connect the nature exploration of the caves with the part about the Paleolithic human settlement until the Neolithic period, when there was a major human use of caves. It is a modern exhibition that focuses on the message to the object. So you chose not to expose, even for serious moisture problems, site original objects but a collection of drawings, reconstructions, didactic panels which present the life of humans and anim


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COLLECTION OF SACRED ART OF THE FORMER AUGUSTINIAN CONVENT

The parish Museum was founded with the desire to collect works and objects of artistic and historic significance to the copo avoid preeminent natural, continues a heritage considered disturbance and of exceptional interest, then make it available to the public for purposes of study and culture.


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