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The Textile Museum was founded in 1997 in the former Santa Chiara convent and later Levi factory, by Armando Brunetti, a former textile entrepreneur. Today, the complex houses a museum in several rooms in the basement, where spinning wheels, warping machines, hand looms, measuring instruments and samples are displayed. The passive fire protection of the steel structures installed during the renovation project was carried out with Amotherm Steel SB – R30.