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Founded at the beginning of the 20th century at the instigation of the Associazione pro Valle Camonica and continued thanks to Father Romo Putelli's foresight (1880-1939), the Museum, municipal property, is now situated on the second and third floors of the "Palazzo della cultura" in Breno, which was once the Federici family's refined residence in the age of the late 15th century, yet today now houses the library, the library district headquarters and the information center of the Valley Camonica's cultural system, in addition to the Museum. Divided into ten rooms and a gallery, the
The Museum is housed on two floors in a former pasta factory in the 1950s. On the first floor there are the Executive Office, a lounge for the cars and the library; the second floor is dedicated to the exhibition of motorcycles, on the corner of relaxation for associates (bar and lounge) and Conference room facilities for screenings. In the Museum are exhibited on a rotating basis motorcycles and cars made between the 1930s and 1970s.
The Minerva shrine is a Roman temple, located in Breno in Spinera locations. Is located on a rocky outcrop on the banks of the river Oglio, in front of a natural cave within which flowed a spring. The site was already a place of worship since the iron age, and housed a sanctuary, which were found some stone fences and a brandopferplatz, i.e. a paved space that housed the burning rituals. Following the romanization of camunian territory, the previous sanctuary was incorporated early in the century a Roman temple dedicated to the goddess Minerva , which in Flavian age (69-96 ad) was renovated