Fluminimaggiore was established in 1704, following an act of vassalage. At that time, its inhabitants chose to make the most of their main natural resource, the Rio Mannu river, by building mills along its course: in the second half of the 19th century there were 21 of them! One of them, built as early as the mid-eighteenth century, now has a new life. It is the Licheri mill, which currently accommodates the ethnographic museum set up by the Municipality of Flumini, with the collaboration of the population. Its millstones are still perfectly functional, despite the fact that almost three centuries have passed since its creation: the exhibition set up inside narrates its 270-year history, where you will come into contact with ancient trades and customs linked to the agro-pastoral cycle of life.