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One of the most important Basilian worship; There are 71 Vatican codes, barberiani and criptensi, among which the famous Codex Purpureus Rossanensis ' '. The ruins of the convent are the makeover of the old Norman's body as a result of damage caused by the earthquake. The Church has three naves and two cylindrical circular apses. The main façade bears an ogee poratle of sec. 15TH, is the portal that the 5 archiggiature outside of the apses are decorated with very fine decoration.
The Museum was founded in 2001 to tell the story of the licorice and the Abbott family history, activities commenced in 1731. It is housed in an ancient 15th-century building and presents the history of licorice from the origins to the present, documenting with archival materials (engravings, documents, photos), the birth of the company: a holding company in which ante litteram intertwine, agriculture, economy and culture. The Museum offers a journey that, starting from the origins of the family company-represented by striking photographs, agricultural tools, a collection of antique clothing-l
The Museum, adjacent to the Cathedral, was established in 1952 on the premises of the former Chapter House. In 1985 he was destined for a museum wing of the Archiepiscopal Palace whose work ended with the new production opened in 2000. The exhibition is developed according to a thematic policy. Two rooms are dedicated to liturgical vestments on which is affixed the coat of arms of the Bishop, performed to embroidery, and sometimes, the image of the Madonna, Pearl object of great devotion. The rooms dedicated to the Scrolls and musical Codes which guard the most famous work of the whole collect
The Museum contains a Byzantine media touch screan and a television showing the characteristics of the Byzantine period, Byzantine-era costumes designed by costume designer Annalisa Di Piero and seamstresses "Create together with imagination and a scriptorium in wood of the Byzantine era. This new work, the Byzantine theme park, built with funds from the Pit "Alto Jonio Casentino" was rated positively by rossanese and by visitors who enjoyed the combination between the old (clothes and scriptorium) and the modern (touch screan and high definition tv).
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