L Segat - The Forestry
Guided visit to the sawmill of Meida, a detached section of Museo Ladino di Fassa
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Programme: "L Segat" is one of the interesting detached section of the Ladin Museum of Val di Fassa. It is an exhibition dedicated to wood and wood processing. Seen the importance of this ecosystem for the local people during the centuries, the exhibition focuses on the local essence and on the main jobs linked to the processing of the wood: lumberjack, woodworker and carpenter. Each role is illustrated through texts, historic images, ethnographic objects and films by the Ladin Cultural Institute. Among these, the collection "Bepo e Jan Cherlo" from Moena, carpenter family that has preserved with passion tools that would be impossible to find today. Find even the comparison with modern procedures thanks to the nearest sewery of "Meida".
Timetable: every Friday at 11.00 a.m. (duration about 45 mins).
Reservation required by the Ladin Museum within 6.30 p.m. on the previous day. Meeting point at the sawmill of "Meida" (in front of Hotel Valacia).
Price: € 3,00; free with Val di Fassa Guest Card.
Please note: the timetable and the rules for participation in the guided visits could be subject to change in order to guarantee and protect the health of the participants, in compliance with the directions of the Italian Ministry of Health to restrain and manage the epidemiological emergency.