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Numerous arts and crafts form the rich tradition of Mugello. Much of this cultural tradition has been handed down to the present.

The memory and the love of local traditions has always been felt in Mugello; in fact, there are numerous collectors of antique working tools and utensils, and countless antique shops that have lived on to bear witness to what once was: the trades and life of a long-ago past.

By tracing the ancient trades and crafts of the territory, it is possible to discover important towns like Scarperia, Firenzuola, Palazzuolo Sul Senio and Marradi, but it is also a way to come upon small vales and ancient abandoned hamlets, farm houses covered in overgrown bush, and mule tracks left by woodsmen or coal miners. It is a journey into a past that will enrich the present; the description, the memory, and the understanding of the “life that once was”, will develop into the incentive, the way and the yearning to renew the world in which we live.

 

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