Museo Dei Mestieri In Biciletta, Fabriano
(4.8/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • Another beautiful and interesting Museum in Fabriano is undoubtedly the "Craft Museum by bicycle, is an expression of the drama, stress and fatigue incurred in order to solve problems of everyday life. Are exposed approximately 80 vintage bicycles, used to play the ancient crafts and businesses that date back to the period from 1920 to 1960. It is really unthinkable how you were able to make use of these means of transport in ways that today would seem impossible. The bikes are all original and come from different regions. The visit will be done through a guide explaining in detail the history of every single bike with his job, a nice person, jocular and especially prepared. This sobering Museum who now thinks it can always have everything at once, trying to avoid any effort and sacrifice. If you go to Fabriano go to visit it because it deserves!! It is open every day except Monday, from 10 am to 12.30 and from 15.30 to 18.30 and located a few hundred meters from the paper museum.
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  • Unique Museum, presents the ancient crafts so original and fun, combining several vintage bicycles. To visit
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  • A really interesting Museum, with reduced dimensions but filled with curiosity. Who would have imagined what you could do with an old bicycle in times past? You can also buy a DVD containing the movie for what it was possible to observe in the Museum. Both are worth seeing.
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