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Bread Museum, Ilopolis

(3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Bread Museum is located in Ilopolis. Plan to visit Bread Museum and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Ilopolis attractions using our Ilopolis vacation route planner.
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  • The Museum of bread is composed of Museum building for learning workshops and Colognese mill (wooden, built in 1910 and entirely preserved). It is a place with great tourist potential, mainly by the mill, impressing by engineering employed more than 100 years, still standing. It's amazing climb in three floors of the building, 100% wood, and think that, for more than 100 years, built the history of the region. There is a space within the mill, which has served as a "bodega", which, today, would be a perfect place for a coffee, which would make the point more "alive" and attractive. The big disappointment is the service: I was already on two opportunities to visit the site and, in both, who answered was a very young girl, without experience, knowledge and initiative. The site is full of stories, as well as the region, which could make the trip very interesting. However, ends up being frustrating the weak reception, what keeps (and) the charm of the place.
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  • the Museum of bread is a place with stories of how this food was made back in the day. It also has a kitchen where it's offered courses in bakery and next to an old mill, very well maintained.
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  • Tells the story of the mills in the region, and the bread throughout the history of civilization. It is well structured, with a variety of utensils used in the preparation of pasta, bread, flour manufacturing. Has a bread-making workshop attached to the Museum. Next has a mill, which has been fully restored and open for visitation.
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