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Museo di Antropologia ed Etnografia (Torino)
The museum was founded in 1923 when, having received professorship of Anthropology at the Università di Torino, Giovanni Marro began collecting anthropologic and ethnologic material from his excavations in Egypt, with some objects from his father’s collection...
Museo di Arte e Mestieri (Guardabosone)
The museum, located in an old peasant’s home, hosts instruments of daily use for the peasant population, relating to the spinning of hemp, a technique that was used until the first years of this century...
Museo di Arte e Storia Antica Ebraica (Casale Monferrato)
Museo degli Argenti e Museo dei Lumi
The museum, which houses the most important collections of Jewish objet d’art in Europe – lamps, medallions, chalices, and historical documents relative to Casale’s Jewish community – was created by Giulio Bourbon between 1857 and 1866...
Museo di Arti e Tradizioni Popolari (Magliano Alfieri)
This museum is located on the first floor of the castle. Here we find some rare plaster ceilings, which are evidence of a building technique that is very unusual but was widespread among farmers in some towns of the Roero, Astigiano and Ovadese areas.
Museo di Civiltà Rurale "Terre Del Brachetto d'Acqui" (Quaranti)
The museum allows visitors to retrace the history of Brachetto d'Acqui, through historical documents, objects and products of the wine-producing region.
Museo di Vita Montana della Val Cenischia (Novalesa)
The museum is located on two floors of the casa della Comunità, which dates back to the 18th century and includes a gathering hall, a school and the teacher’s premises, and reproduces the typical arrangement of a peasant’s house.
Museo Etnografico "Antica Gente" (Condove)
Located in what was once the town hall, the exhibits of the collection are the result of donations from people of the village. The display occupies two rooms.
Museo Etnografico "C'era una volta" (Alessandria)
This Museum is housed inside a former army barracks, and the set course of the exhibition takes visitors through various settings depicting everyday private and public life of the farming communities at the turn of the XX century.
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 "Cesare Vinaj" (Frabosa Soprana)
This museum has been created inside two communicating rooms, which are part of the parish church buildings. It houses a miniature charcoal pile and various tools used by charcoal burners, as well as a series of tools used for hemp manufacturing...