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Museo dinamico del laterizio e delle terrecotte di Marsciano

The Museum

The Dynamic Museum of Clay and Marsciano pottery is configured either as a place of collection, preservation and enhancement of historic and artistic heritage of the area, both as  location of the emotions evoked by videos, sounds and noises  of all thatè the world of clay that comes from the set of  four fundamental elements of nature (earth, water, air and fire)  who become human artifact to use.

A museum between past, present and future, able to meet the challenges of contemporaneityà ;, to recount the past to interpret the present in terms of a future più conscious, inherent to the character and features of the area.

A visitor enters the rooms of the Museum offers  a journey through images, imagination and imagination  through a new exhibition that has its hub in the lower Palace Pietromarchi. Aim of the new layoutè communicating the vast collection of pottery and bricks, già present since the opening to the public in 2004, with the inclusion of systems and multimedia technologies, virtual animations and a new graphic communication, reshaping and reviving existing path and implementing education through the creation of a  educational permanent space  allowing visitors to experience the  "make bricks."

in the Palace are exposed, finally, a valuable fresco depicting a  enthroned Madonna and Child with angels, St. Sylvester and St. Rocco  the school of Pinturicchio, dating from around 1500, the portrait of the  Blessed Angelina Montegiove the counts of Marsciano  and a rich and colorful collection of Italian and foreign clay whistles. between visits and activitiesà workshop.

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Timetable and tickets

Address

Piazza San Giovanni
06055 Marsciano

Contacts

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