"Jacopo da Fivizzano" Printing Museum
It celebrates the link between the Lunigiana and the first books, printed in 1470 in Fivizzano, with type characters
The Museum of Printing was born from an idea of Loris Jacopo Bononi in order to remember the binding between the Lunigiana and printing: the first books with type characters were printed in Fivizzano around 1470. The Museum shows all the things necessary to illustrate the subject "From medieval manuscript to the incunabulum, the type-writer machine, the computer and moreover ".
The collection is divided into three sections: the first two sections are about Fivizzano and its contributes to the written communication culture. The third section is dedicated to the small village of Parana, birth-place of the bookseller Maucci, who became famous in the world during the first half of XX century.