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Musei a Seravezza e Stazzema

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- Museo del Lavoro e della Tradiz. Pop. della Versilia Storica
Palazzo Mediceo, via del Palazzo
tel. 0584756100

The Historical Museum of Peasantry and Versilian Folk Traditions is housed in Seravezza's Palazzo Mediceo, a mansion built on behalf of Duke Cosimo I de' Medici of Florence and projected by Bernardo Buontalenti, designer of several of the most significant Medicean villas. It lies near the centre of historic Seravezza, on the right bank of the Vezza stream. Today the mansion also houses the Town Library named after Sirio Giannini and the Historical Record Office, as well as important modern and contemporary art exhibitions. Founded by the Town Council of Seravezza in 1980, this Museum is the result of extensive research and documentation work that began in 1973, supported by numerous donations and accompanied by the retrieval of objects and tools. The Peasantry and Folk Traditions Museum is arranged according to modern scientific and didactic exhibition standards and provides information on all the most important productions in Medicean Versilia along an itinerary that includes eleven exhibition rooms.

Open since 4.30pm to 10.30pm since Tuesday to Sunday, in summer. Closed on Monday.
Since 3.00pm to 7.30pm since Tuesday to Sunday, in winter. Closed on Monday.
Open on request in the morning for schools and guided tours in French, German and English.

 

Museo Storico della Resistenza

Sant'Anna di Stazzema

Via Coletti, 22

55041 Sant'Anna di Stazzema (Lu)

Tel. 0584.772025

Email: santannamuseo@comune.stazzema.lu.it

web: www.santannadistazzema.org

FB: www.facebook.com/SantAnnadiStazzema

On the 19th September 1991 the Tuscan Regional Centre for the Resistance Movement chose S. Anna di Stazzema as seat of the Historical Museum of the “Resistenza”. A visit gives an essential, though thorough and historically documented panorama of Versilia’s contribution to the Liberation War and at the same time aims at stimulating a reflection on the values that gave rise to the “Resistenza”. The space of the museum is imagined as a single entity in its double nature of exposition and monumental charnel-house at the top of the Cava hill. The latter possesses a 12 metre high stone tower with four arches: a paved path leads up to the monument through an area of thick undergrowth, the so called “macchia mediterranea”. At its base are the remains of the 560 civilians murdered by German troops on the 12th of August 1944 and a memorial stone preserves the names of those who could be identified. Along the path leading up to the monumental charnel-house the Stations of the Cross are presented parallel to the events of those days in S. Anna and its surroundings with 14 pairs of sculptured bronze panels inserted along the sides of the path.

Open since 9.30am to 4.30pm since Tuesday to Saturday, since 01/03 to 31/05. Since 2.30pm to 7.00pm in Sunday and holidays. Since 9.30am to 7.00pm on Wednesday and on Saturday, and since 2.30pm to 7.00pm on Tuesday and Sunday, since 01/09 to 31/10. Close on Monday.
Since 9.30am to 4.30pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Since 2.30pm to 6.30pm on Sunday and holidays, since 01/11 to 28/02. Closed on 01/01 and 25/12.
 

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