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Mondonovo Mask Museum

Malo

The most famous of the historic shops of papier-mâché masks of Venice has been fully transferred to Malo, the Carnival City, and became a museum-workshop. The Museum is housed on the first floor of the elegant Palazzo Corielli, an eighteenth century mansion of the family, where the Master of Arts, Guerrino Lovato, rebuilt his famous shop

Whistles Museum

Roana

Between art and magic, popular and artistic whistles from all over the world and from remote eras are gathered in the Museum of Cuchi (Whistles). Over 12,000 pieces reconstruct the history of these wind instruments, the protagonists of superstitious rites, toys or pledges of love. An unusual museum, to be explored with the eyes of a child.

Museum of Cimbrian Traditions

Roana

The Cimbrian roots of the tradition of the Asiago Plateau are one of the cultural riches to be aware of and preserve. An unusual face of the area, which can be discovered thanks to the Museum and Institute of Cimbrian Culture.

“El casèlo dei Grotti” Ethnographic Museum of rural civilisation in the mountain area

Tonezza del Cimone

A journey through time to discover how people lived in the mountain areas. A former "Caselo", where families brought milk for processing, now houses a museum, which exhibits working tools of the "dairyman" and objects of the everyday life of the past.

Museum of Ancient Crafts

Valli del Pasubio

The everlasting charm of working tools used in trades, which nowadays have disappeared. A tangible evidence of everyday history, even if not very remote, and of local culture and lifestyles, which today have changed a lot in the borderland area. Various objects and explanations of their use illustrate the history of the mountain people of the Upper Leogra Valley.

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