The house where Antonio Raimundo Ibáñez was born, Marquis of Sargadelos (1749-1809), is currently an exhibition space dedicated to the life and work of this merchant, industrial and enlightened who, at the end of the 18th century, built in Sargadelos (Cervo, Lugo) one of the first factories of iron foundry and earthenware in Spain.
In Mazonovo you can visit a trip hammer from the XVIII century to beat and stretch the iron bars that came out from the ironworks. It is an excellent example of the iron industry in the Region, which until the 19th century exported elaborated material to Fonsagrada, Vegadeo, Castropol and other territories in Asturias and Galicia.
Traditionally in Santa Eulalia, knives have been made for more than a century. At the present time, Toquero and Keiko maintain this tradition developing this old trade which they combine with the Japanese ancestral wisdom.
Irene Villar tries to recover traditional crafts using natural materials such as wool, silk, cotton or linen. In addition, in another loom of similar characteristics, but not so old, she manufactures garments with a more current design, such as shirts, shawls, scarves.
The teaching of the loom was acquired in La Coruña, where she lived, and in the Museum of Grandas de Salime.
This interpretation centre is the only one that illustrates the natural richness of Los Oscos, an area of Atlantic forest and mountains of great richness in forest and fauna. The classroom is the starting point of the Carballeiras route, a marked track of about 3 km that we can carry out on foot or by bike, whose journey allows us to enjoy that natural greenness in addition to the ethnography and the people of Santa Eulalia de Oscos..
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