Museum of history, customs and traditions of the Ladin people

The Museum of history, customs and traditions of the Ladin people is a nice display which is based in Livinallongo del Col di Lana, and that tells the story, the natural environment and traditions of this area: the Livinallongo valley.

The museum, opened in 1996, is divided into sections that reflect the history of the valley, its territory, the war but also the uses and customs of its people; the thematic areas are divided as follows: land management and family organization, the natural environment, the traditional economy and the history of Andraz Castle and the Great War.

To introduce the visit to the museum is a plastic representation of how it was structured the vila, ie the rural hamlet that formed the 16 parts in which was divided the Livinallongo valley.
The exhibition continues with the representations and testimonies that describe the various thematic areas mentioned above.

It is possible to see and know some home, working and everyday environments thanks to a collection of tools used to carry out activities related to the house, nature and crafts. A section is particularly focused on the natural environment which characterizes the valley, through an insight into the local flora and fauna, but also on agriculture and livestock, ending with the dairy farming and handicrafts.

There is an area dedicated to the First World War, which severely affected the territory of Livinallongo and the fate of Andraz Castle, also linked to the extraction and processing of copper.



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Via Pieve, 78
32020

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