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Centro Faunistico Uomini e Lupi (Entracque)
It is the first faunistic centre in the Italian Alps offering visitors two exhibitive sections, entirely dedicated to the history and to the physical and behavioural characteristics of the wolf and the chance to catch sight of some specimens living in captivity.
Ecomuseo della Segale (Valdieri)
This ecomuseum was created to show the hard living conditions of the mountain rural population, both from an environmental and from a production point of view.
Museo civico Attilio Mussino (Vernante)
Attilio Mussino, who is renowned for his illustrations of Carlo Collodi’s Pinocchio, spent the last part of his life in Vernante, a small town of the Valle Vermenagna...
Museo di Arte Sacra (Entracque)
This Sacred Art museum is located inside a long hall linked to the parish church. It houses numerous XVII and XVIII century paintings depicting traditional religious images, including a painting of the Caravaggio school portraying the apostles. Here we can also find...
Museo di Arte Sacra (Valdieri)
This museum was created inside a room adjacent to the sacristy of a Church dedicated to St Eusebius. Here furniture, vestments and ornaments belonging to the parish church are on display. Visitors can admire numerous objects...
Museo Etnografico "C'era una Volta" (Vernante)
The ethnographic museum houses objects related to life in the mountains from the early nineteen hundreds to the 1950s.
Museo Etnografico Antichi Mestieri di Valdieri
The ecomuseum, located in the "Tabas" building in Valdieri, features a dynamic route that allows visitors to read the signs left by man on the land, and to grasp the evolution of the landscape caused by man's interaction with nature.
Museo Etnografico e Museo del "Vecchio Mulino" (Roccavione)
This museum is divided into three sections: the first is devoted to mills, and houses three grinders and the machinery needed for the production of flour; the second is devoted to ethnography and houses a reconstruction of a cobbler’s workshop and...