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Paper and Watermark Museum, Fabriano
(4.5/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web)
Learn about handmade paper and watermark making at Paper and Watermark Museum. Take a guided tour through the medieval paper factory, where the making of paper is demonstrated on 13th-century devices. In a historic town famous for papermaking, see a collection of watermarks dating as far back as the 13th century, and view a film about the history of paper in Fabiano. You can purchase paper items here, such as diaries and albums. Plan to see Paper and Watermark Museum and other attractions that appeal to you using our Fabriano vacation builder.
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  • Wonderful Museum made "alive" because all the old machines and tools are functioning and you can make the experience of creating their own son of paper! 7 € with talented Guide. The visit lasts 1:00 and half without making the experience to create your own paper.
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  • We arrived at the Museum to visit the 15 and after a short video on the recycling of paper, we were accompanied by a very engaging guide to discover the history of paper and machinery used to produce past and present. Every detail has been explained and every question the answer was very clear. 10-year-old son got involved and made the lab we are all paper masters. In the laboratory it produces a sheet with a master card player with symbols of Fabriano where you can write, draw. The lab is recommended for children or those who want to bring a special memory from visiting.
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  • Live the paper and its history is exhilarating. The coolest thing is that with one of the old papermakers pander are getting them around and be telling stories and experiences vissite
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