The Museum of Folk Arts is housed in a rural patrician Renaissance residence built in 1590. Its collections are not designed to make the visitors long for the past, but they re-create daily life in the 18th and 19th centuries, with its joys and sorrows, its pains and joys. They also include specific objects. On the ground-floor, in a large room adorned with an authentic polychrome ceiling, a temporary exhibition (renewed every other year) introduces the visitor to antique techniques, forgotten rites, ancient everyday life utensils…
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