The hall of agricultural tools. In the foreground a chariot that was pulled by oxen, under chariot a wood wheelbarrow and a saddle for a mule.
The bedroom. On left, basin to wash the face. At the end of bed, the "priest", flanked by two "nuns" which where used, with embers contained into vase of terra cotta or iron, to warm bed on cold winter evenings.
During the years of World War II, the chestnut products have made a fundamental contribution to food the Apennines people. In the background, under the window, the turbine of an old mill, powered by water, which spinning the wheels to get, from wheat or chestnut, its flour. In the right foreground a vase, carved entirely by hand in a single piece of wood, where chestnuts were separated from the peel. In the foreground, under column, "grattone" tool to grate apples and make a sweet wine (cider). In the background some photographs of old mills. Before and during World War II, in the area, there were 34 mills, now there are only two.
The cobbler's tools. At center and on wall, form to build and shape shoes than were made by hand.
Sink angle. Since there was no tap water family provide with buckets, carrying water, often from the well far from home. On the opposite wall, three scales "steelyard".
The fireplace, around which would gather the family through the winter, with the objects used to prepare the various local specialties.
On the left, the "press" in solid wood, for the formation of greaves. The pork fat, 2 or 3 hours after boiling was poured into a cloth, tied up and inserted between the jaws to be pressed more and more until you get the typical form. On the right the "wretched" used for bread making. Remember that, until the years 50/60 families were numerous and the bread was made once a week. Resting on the floor with a press his bronze molds for drawing different types of pasta.
An exhibition of carpenter's tools. Background on the left two knife sharpener's tools.
In the foreground a weaving frame, dating last decades of the 1800s. It is made entirely with solid wood. In the background an example of blanckets in different styles.
Parts of weaving frame
In the lower left end, wooden plow by end of 1800s and toward the wall, to till the soil, both at the coupling of oxen. In the background, under the window, "grola" to separate grain from other seed. On the right, "slocadora" to separate grains of wheat from chaff; at the base, stone (called "piagna"), which was pulled by an oxen or donkey, was dragged across freshly harvested wheat and lying into farmyard, to separate grains of wheat.
A reconstruction of stable. In the foreground a stand of wood that was used to cut hay that was given to animals.
The "spanocchiatrice" has the purpose of dividing cob from the grains of corn. The cobs are placed in the hopper, through some toothed rollers which divide the grains of corn from the cob, and then by selvage come out the cobs and from by another salvage the maize ready for zootechnical use or to being ground.