Magma - Museo delle Arti in Ghisa della Maremma, Follonica

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  • Nice Museum interesting and well managed. The internal structure and the Park of the former ilva near the town library quaint if you spend a day at the seaside it is good to see him.
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  • I took it to school class trip where I was working ... really interesting, well groomed and the guides very prepared.
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  • A place that tells the story of Follonica, its cast iron and its workers who contributed to the economic, social and cultural development of this town. Unjustly not too hyped can show a cross-section of cultural, time, using modern technologies. Very interesting for adults and more for kids. Enjoy your visit
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  • The Lorraine inherit the Grand Duchy of Tuscany, the last medici having died imbrelle son Gian Gastone and the Dukes sent to Italy from Austria are consolidated into a solid modern enlightenment and culture in all fields of knowledge then known applied economics, steel industry, agriculture techniques. In Follonica there is an ancient Etruscan heritage of 2700 years, the Etruscans of Vetulonia and Populonia estraevena the Hematite, pyrite and limonite, of which were rich mineral deposits in the nearby island of Elba, create and combine to reduce these oxidized metals in refractory land, where temperatures of 700 800 degrees, for reduction is formed at the bottom of the container of fireclay from which smoke the gruma they collect and then iron working and export. Elba became a desert territory to have they burned almost all the trees to make charcoal for ovens, Elba the smoky or Etalia as they called the Greeks. In Follonica Leopold II organized a modern ironworks with iron extraction still continues from Elba, and organized a modern village houses for workers and an equally modern factory. The ferrous material along with carbonate slag was thrown in a Tower (existing) melting and working with bellows driven by hydraulic energy, and coal took place until the last century 50 iron and cast iron, Tuscan artists transformed it into works of art.
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  • Amazing and very well designed. Original multimedia. For young and old. A surprise. The visit is highly recommended
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  • Must see! ❤ ❤ ❤ for everyone: children and adults! Highly recommended. Living, the words would describe how this feels! 😍 npn emotion you also do workshops.
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  • Very nice situated in a strategic area near the sea to the Centre on bus stops very nice and above all full of historia is information ... then there's the nearby park is also a library.
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