Small Town Museums
From Farmhouse to Fruit Museum
The Fruit Capital of Italy Massa Lombarda, near Ravenna, received this appellation in 1927 as a result of the efforts of Adolfo Bonvicini (1854-1916), an early 20th century entrepreneur and creator of the local fruit industry. The town also boasts a Civic Museum with an Art Gallery and Public Library.
A Local Farmhouse was restructured to display the tools and everyday objects typical of rural culture while the stables were transformed into paths dedicated to the culture of life, wheat and hemp (…)