Ethnographic Museum "Diana e Tamara" - Sant'Eufemia a Majella (PE)
The museum, an old idea of the Roccacaramanico Association founded in 1981 with the primary aim of restoring life to the ancient village depopulated by the total emigration of the inhabitants and destined to complete ruin, is in the name of the girls from Albignasego and Saonara (PD), Diana Olivetti and Tamara Gobbo, who spent their holidays in a nearby farm and August 20, 1997, during a trip to Morrone, were attacked by a Macedonian shepherd.
The museum founded in July 1999 and located in the former town hall of Roccacaramanico consists of 4 rooms arranged on two floors. The material on display includes about 550 objects: objects and writings of brigandage; handicrafts (shoemaker, knife grinder, baker, carpenter, coppersmith, woodsman, bricklayer, etc.); sheep breeding; agriculture; cooking; traditional religiosity; artistic craftsmanship; containers; library with manuscript documents; tape library.