National Museum of Pasta – this delightful little museum is dedicated to only pasta. It makes perfect sense that the world’s only pasta museum is located in none other than Rome–the Italians have perfected the art of flour, water and salt. It is the first and only structure of its kind to entirely dedicate itself to pasta: its history, evolution, production, and of course, consumption. Old machinery harkens back to the early days when pasta was first brought over to Italy from China, alongside traditional implements such as rolling pins and sieves. Milestones in pasta manufacture such as the kneading machine and the revolutionary invention of drying techniques show a far more complicated history than expected. With its carefully curated exhibits and tantalizing displays, the National Pasta Museum is probably one you’ll want to save for after you’ve had a big lunch.


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