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Museo del ricamo e del tessile. Valtopina (PG)

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Embroidery and Textile Museum The Museo del Ricamo e del Tessile is located in Valtopina, on the ground floor of the Municipal building, an exclusive early 20th century palace. The collection has about four hundred pieces subdivided into three sections: Ladies’ fashion, Lingerie, Household Linen. It illustrates the fundamental changes and simplifications Fashion went through at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century. The inauguration of the Embroidery and Textile Museum, launched in 2007, was made possible thanks to a number of donations that were given starting in 2000, which regrouped manufactures belonging to historical families of Foligno, Spello and Perugia at first, and then this extended to other regions like Tuscany and Liguria. An important element that contributed to the birth of the collection was the presence of the School of Embroidery in Valtopina. Fostered by the Pro Loco institution, it contributes to keeping the traditions of minor arts alive, a kind of activity that is very important in small built-up areas of Umbria [...]