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This is a show that follows the pattern of the faithful reconstruction of a traditional peasant House, built in a farm house located in the historic centre of Acerenza, consisting of two rooms, inhabited until 1985, made available by the owners for free. The first environment including the kitchen and the stable, the second bedroom and the henhouse. All the objects, lent or donated to the Museum, come from the territory of Acerenza.
The initiative is managed by a group of people dedicated to the promotion of local heritage, including Antonio Cimino, author of Micromuseo in Comprehensive School.
The farmer Micromuseo, variously also known under the name of Micromuseo Antonio Cimino, a miniature Museum, a collection of wooden models and metal made by Antonio Cimino, farmer, and octogenarian ultra donated to School inclusive of Acerenza, where they find a useful use on educational plan. The models reproducing the working tools for the territory of alto Bradano, with specific reference to the cultivation of cereals, vineyards and wine production, are placed inside a wardrobe enclosed by two glass doors, while those relating to the farmhouse are arranged in a dramatic context that faithfu
The Museum of local arts and crafts handicrafts Museum said Rural Collection of wood carved by Giuseppe and Giovanni Di Trani, consists of over 2000 wooden artifacts, made by Joseph Di Trani and his son Giovanni in a period between 1967 and 1984 and donated in 1991 to the Archdiocese of Acerenza.
The works are exhibited in some spaces of St. Anthony's Convent, which dates from the second half of the 16th century. It is a collection of carved wooden objects, mainly in agricultural-pastoral reference (collars for cattle, sheep and goats, sticks, etc.) and generally use (bread brands, spoons, spoo
Art and faith. Testimonials and forms of popular piety and sacred but also works of art that make up the historical memory of a community, its culture and its ties to the territory. Signs of history, devotion and superstition, sometimes are often painted with the colors of the spontaneity of the people as the writer Raffaele Riviello and Lucan are hosted in the Diocesan Museum of Basilicata. The Diocesan Museum of Acerenza is a treasure trove of liturgical vestments, sculptures in wood and marble, paintings on canvas and wood, silver, 700 ' Neapolitan manuscripts from churches in the diocese,