Museo Etnografico Beniamino Tartaglia, Aquilonia
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  • Enter the ethnographic museum is like entering another era. Savour for the air of a bygone age, wandering the hallways transports you to romantic tale of the past, the origins of the decent people of this land. Congratulations, recommended.
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  • An earthquake destroyed the ancient village of Campbell leaving only rubble and dead. A population strong, humble, attached to the traditions he tucked his sleeves and rebuilt the country a little further. Now the new watch the remains of the old and secures it in memory. You memory, nothing may be lost in what used to be and the museum dedicated to Beniamino Tartaglia has collected ethnographic artifacts, creating a sort of path between the activities taking place in the country: the tailor to your doctor, from the farmer to the host, and so on. Many work environments and crafts of the past with all the tools and utensils, a journey into the past, in manual skills and art to create what you need. Many students from all over Italy come to Aquilonia to visit this Museum and the remains of the shattered country. Campbell was not a producer of coal, but it had within its territory of the black mineral in the district known as "Sassano" which contained oil and were used as coal, hence the name. For a few years were executed renovations and consolidation from the village hit by an earthquake which can be visited. It is worth spending a day at this location by visiting the country, the Museum, the village hit by an earthquake, the Church of San Vito with his old plane tree where generations of children have climbed and whose shadow hundreds of people can rest.
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  • Once in Aquilonia, is very easy to get to the ethnographic museum, in via Carbonara 3, because there are many signs that point to it. Is not just a Museum, is a real city, in his basement, divided into sectors, but at the same time seems a crib for the painstaking accuracy and attention to detail. A mention of the fact that in all areas there is proper English translation of what you can see and sayings and ancient costumes
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