The Ethnographic Museum Tanit

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The Ethnographic Museum Tanit
The Ethnographic Museum Tanit
It was an old cellars of a traditional Canarian eighteenth century, the year 1735. Its buildings house a complete vision
of goods and furnishings used by our ancestors to the middle of the twentieth century. All patterns of past life, work, family, leisure and culture, find their place thanks to the wealth of material carefully maintained by the founders of the cultural facility, Jose Perdomo and Remi Quintana.
Agriculture and viticulture are two basic references of the museum. The complete machinery exposed, the crusher, plowing, Saranda, the cribos, the trail or mill hand, manages to compose an accurate idea of ​​the laborious task of surviving and sacrificed at the time. Among the pieces, highlights the old press.
This complex container (a wooden press), where the grape treading for the wort, was in operation from 1780 to 1902. His condition, with 228 years of life, and it surprises worthy of prominent footprint in the museum.
The museum was founded on 18 frebrero of 2000. The museum consists of a showroom, garden, ancient beam press, chapel, craft shop, cafe with terrace and tennis for dances.