Day 4


– Guided tour of the Museo di Palazzo Poggi by Ambra Ancarini and Lea Monari

Anatomy and Obstetrics Room

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Natural History Room

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Military Architecture Room

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Geography Room

Ambra Ancarini showed us a box of spices, their origins and how they use it with the children in the pedagogical workshop

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Library of the Institute of Science


To find out more about the Museo di Palazzo Poggi please visit:



– Visit to Tamburini Antica Salsamenteria Bolognese

We saw how Tortellini are made and we learned about the history of Salsamentari (1876) and the Society of Salaroli (1245). We also learned that the real spaghetti bolognese is tagliatelle al ragu!

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To discover more about the history of Salsamentari (1876) and the Society of Salaroli search for ‘Salsamentari’ in:








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