The Pontifical Foundry Marinelli
The history of Agnone is inextricably linked to the processing of metals. Gold, copper, iron and bronze. The bronze is synonymous with bells. The Marinelli have remained the only ones to pass on from father to son this ancient, noble art, to melt bronze and make bells.
The “Francesco Gerbasi” copper museum
The museum is named after the founder Francesco, ramaio, born in San Buono (CH) in 1856, and in these rooms, the Gerbasi family, one of the last heirs of this ancient art, has managed to recreate in a truly evocative way.
The ancient copper foundries “F.lli Cerimele”
They take their name from the last family of ramai-entrepreneurs who kept them in business until 1970. Their construction, however, is very old, like the devices still present and well preserved inside them.