The ethnographic museum "" Bruno "Nuncio" represents an important key to anthropological and cultural history of Florida communities. The collection that is the Museum was founded in the early 70 's to document the lives of labourers and craftsmen turning the work in the shops and in the farms of the Iblean plateau. It was achieved thanks to the commitment and passion of master Bruno Nuncio, born at Salazar in 1936 but floridiano by adoption. Belonging to a generation of photographers, he after exercising the profession of his predecessors also became a painter, sculptor and miniaturist. Than
The collection, which is the Museum, was born in the early 60 's. The documents that make up everyday life lived in small houses terrane from laborers and workers and the work carried out in the shops and farms of the Iblean plateau. The objects belong to the grain processing, livestock and cattle, aggiogo sheep and handcrafted cycles of Shoemaker, the beekeeper, Hussain, of Cooper, the arrotino, bricklayer, basket weavers and weaving are enriched by collections of ceramics in popular use, old toys, lithic and tools and utensils, which are part of the mill and millstone.