Vernio
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Mumat: the museum of textile machines

A place to conserve and showcase old machines that helped create the history of the Prato textile district

Vernio
The museum is located in a factory building that was built on top of an ancient mill, constructed by Franco Meucci during the years of Napoleonic rule. In the early 1900s, one of the first coal mills was built next to the mill, and in more recent years, the entire complex was purchased and completely restructured by the municipality of Vernio. Today, the complex houses the museum as well as temporary exhibits, conferences and other cultural events.
 
Opening hours:
Tuesday and Friday, form 9am to 1pm and 3pm to 7pm; Saturday, from 9am to 1pm.
 
Price: Free
 
Disabled access: Yes
 
Contact:
Via della Posta Vecchia
Mercatale
Vernio (Prato)
Tel. 0574 950478
www.comune.vernio.po.it/
Vernio
famous for the culture and the cuisine
The town of Vernio includes a predominantly mountainous area, rich in water and vegetation, a pleasant summer destination for those seeking relaxation and contact with nature. It is located at the great curve of the river Bisenzio crossed by the Apennine watershed. The first settlements known in the valley of Bisenzio were probably made by the Romans. ...
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