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Born in 1983, the Museum of the Bread is the first national museum of this kind. It is structured in five rooms on the first floor of the Morando Bolognini Castle in Sant'Angelo Lodigiano, in the first room there are cereals, the raw material for the different "bread" of the world and the second shows with predominantly didactic approach, the various steps of the cycle "Wheat-Flour-Bread", i.e. how to grow wheat, to pick it up and grind. Of particular interest is the "Bolognini's threshing machine" created in 1854 by Count Gian Giacomo Attendolo Bolognini, the first example of moder
Its constitution was proposed on the occasion of the centenary (1971) of the Faculty of Agriculture of Milan and it was promoted by scientists of the four universities of Milan and at first (1979) developed by Giuseppe Frediani, with the assistance of Gaetano Forni, AIMA-UNESCO museologist, who then completed it. With the collaboration of the Centre for Territorial Museology, it is articulated in eco-museum, embracing ten historical farmsteads and fifteen monumental buildings insistent on the territory that extends from Sant'Angelo Lodigiano to San Columban al Lambro. In 2007 he was
Instituted in the early 1900s, the Museum presents and recalls the history of the Bolognini Family and of the Sant'Angelo Lodigiano Castle. It exhibits furniture, paintings and objects that testify to the passion of this family for collecting began in the late '600. From the important original collections, a first part was given in 1865 to the City of Milan to form the primitive core of the "Civic Art Collections of the Castello Sforzesco". In 1933, with the establishment of the Foundation Morando Bolognini, furniture and furnishings in the Castle would become the "Museum Morando Bo