Museums and civil architecture
The territory surrounding the Groane offers interesting itineraries among examples of civil architecture and industrial testimonies of a past that "lives on" in its material constructions.
The original buildings were recovered and requalified as new museum spaces. In addition to memory conservation, there is an interesting relationship between the original structure of these buildings and the communication techniques used by the new areas hosting all those objects that bear witness to the material activities that are part of our cultural heritage.
Don't miss this itinerary, where past and present converse harmoniously.