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Discover 3 places to see in Borgo Pace

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Museum of natural colors "Delio Balaji"

Natural color Museum is located near the Abbey of San Michele Arcangelo in Lamoli, in the municipality of Borgo Pace. The Museum is run by the cooperativa Forestalp, Centro sperimentale natural colors, which deals with the recovery of the cultivation and processing of the leaves of plants with the aim of dyes produce vegetable colors and experiment with their application in dyeing.
The Museum of natural colors organizes workshops and laboratories to form active skills in growing and processing plants processing dry cleaners.
The Museum operates within the "OASIS St. Benedict" where visitors can


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Charcoal Museum – Environmental Education Center

The Midnight Museum of Peace Village is located within the premises of a disused tannery and exposes the photographic documentation realised by Pier Paolo Zani on the life and work of coal, still practiced in the town of Borgo Pace where still produces charcoal. The cycle begins with the cutting of Woods, continues with the construction of the pile, the crush, meets the most delicate moment in cooking time and ends with the sforno. The lyrics refer not only to personal history but also to two important historical and literary sources: Carlo Cassola's novel, the cutting of forest and a report b


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Museo della Civiltà Contadina Apennines and agricultural tools

In one of the buildings of the rural settlement of Ca ' Sacchia was set up a collection of tools and working instruments in the world, with particular reference to the specificity and the Umbrian Apennine Civilizations-tosco-marchigiano. Given the prevalence of arable surfaces, the collection reflects the different organisation than the Valley farms. Then, alongside traditional tools of woodsmen, charcoal burners and utensils are typical of poor mountain agriculture, domestic life and of the extraction and processing of stone, used in construction and in the production of objects from sandston


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