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Casa Museo - Coulege Dei Barba di Angrogna
Reconstruction of a traditional school where travelling Waldesian preachers of the 16th century studied their theological texts in hiding.
Civica Galleria d'Arte Contemporanea "Filippo Scroppo" (Torre Pellice)
The existence of a contemporary art gallery in Torre Pellice is due to Filippo Scroppo, tireless artist, teacher, art critic, and organizer of cultural events. In 1959 he invited a group of artists, including Felice Casorati...
Ecomuseo della Pietra (Rorà)
Luserna stone, widely used in the past in the Turin area and in particular for covers and wall coverings, is still used today in construction and crafts. Through its two sites, the ecomuseum offers an important testimony to the historic and social context of the area and to traditions now disappeared.
Ecomuseo Feltrificio Crumière (Villar Pellice)
In 1995 the Municipality of Villar Pellice, the Community of Montana Val Pellice and the New Crumiere Cooperative set in operation a project designed to recover the old felt factory.
Museo del Gioco e del Giocattolo (Luserna San Giovanni)
A rich collection of games of great value and historic significance, a projection hall with the magic lantern, a puppet theatre and a hall dedicated to model railways.
Museo del Mulino (Torre Pellice)
Historic capital of the Waldese, Torre Pellice is an important centre of culture tourism as well as an alpine one, due to its European character and protestant culture.
Museo delle donne valdesi (Angrogna)
In October 2007 in the ancient Beckwith school in the locality Serre di Angrogna, the Museo delle Donne Valdesi (Waldesian women museum) was inaugurated after its new allestment and restoration.
Museo Etnografico (Angrogna)
The Museum gathers tools and items that narrate the domestic, agricultural, handcrafted and peasant life in the valley of Angrogna. The result of a private collection of agricultural tools, it is now the entire Borgata Pons...
Museo Scuola Odin-Bertot (Angrogna)
Becoming a museum froze this school in time, keeping it as it appeared during the early years of the 1900’s with long wooden benches, the lectern, the stove, and the teaching materials.
Museo Valdese (Rorà)
Founded in 1954 by request of the Waldesian community, this museum exhibit tells the visitor about the life and conditions of its peasants and stone extractors in the Luserna Valley. An ethnographic look at the community of Rorà featuring the exhibit…