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Museo Del Tessuto, Prato

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  • One of the few museums that combine effective teaching and to everyone at the exhibition area. The ABC of materials up to the concrete history of Prato. Well structured and linked many spaces that make it very dynamic. Fascinating and interesting.
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  • Place for students and to those who are fond of wintage where you can admire the dresses of yesteryear and machinery that were used
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  • I went to the Museum with some friends. . The Museum could be the top a benchmark for Prato's textile history, but unfortunately I do not wowed. The arrangement of items on display is a little messy, visually confusing. Let me start by saying that I know the working tools of the textile sector (since I work for a company that supplies them), if I hadn't had a minimum of knowledge and you went there as someone who knows nothing, probably I would have been confused. It would take a revolution of available even to spice up the visits.
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  • When we went to Prato last spring Google Maps still sent us somewhere far away and we spent quite some time to find it inside the city walls. Obviously they have changed that now and people can find this splendid pear of a museum more easily. It was very well presented, friendly people ready to tell some story about the past - and the objects: wow! And if you think that all this technology has been substituted by modern machinery not really a long time ago! AND to imagine what a HUGE PROGRESS such a fabric production was in comparison with weaving and producing everything manually! And what hard work to heat the oven to produce the steam which ran the machines! And then the possibility to see and touch the raw material from which fabric is created: fantastic! A beautiful trip into our - not too distant - history!
  • Museo caratteristico della cittadina pratese.
  • The textile museum is a wonder for those wishing to explore the magical world of textiles. The program of the Museum activities is always updated and hosts and hosted exhibitions with extreme attention to detail and impeccable knowledge of materials (silk, cotton, carded wool classica). For those who want to visit meadow, the textile museum is not to be missed!
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  • A museum that shows the evolution of technology and of textile production of meadow and beyond. A beautiful setting made from an old glory of Prato, the factory industry Cader, who after a renovation really well done housing the Museum and crafts library a. Lazzerini.
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  • From an old factory to a modern Museum. Exhibition spaces are large and always interesting proposals.
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