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On the Footsteps of the Saints to know the heart and the faith of Christian Rome

On the Footsteps of the Saints to know the heart and the faith of Christian Rome

Rome: there is no city in the world richer in history and artistic beauty. From the archaeological finds, the streets, the palaces, the temples and the customs of the Roman civilization, up to the Christian Rome: with the tomb of Peter, the martyrs, the saints, the relics, the artists, the churches, the faith, the religiosity […]

Sicilian Puppets Series

Sicilian Puppets Series

Saturday and Sunday the adventures of Guidone di Risa and Orlando. Fourth appointment with the podcasts of the Museum, on the Catanese puppeteer Natale Meli The fourth appointment, tomorrow, Saturday 27 March at 12 noon, with I podcast del Museo delle Marionette, a monthly initiative organised by the Museum in collaboration with La Fabbrica dei […]

Uffizi to eat. The art of great chefs enlivens the museum’s masterpieces

Uffizi to eat. The art of great chefs enlivens the museum’s masterpieces

With the magic of great chefs, the masterpieces of art history come out of the paintings and become appetising dishes to be enjoyed at the table. This is what happens in ‘Uffizi to eat’, a new series of short films that the Florentine museum is about to launch on Facebook: every Sunday, from 17 January, […]

A true jewel of mysterious Milan

A true jewel of mysterious Milan

In Milan, not far from the splendid 15th century State University, there is the Ossuary of San Bernardino alle Ossa in Piazza Santo Stefano, in the Verziere area. Next to the Basilica, to the left of the front, there is a more intimate temple, more in the architecture than a church that would evoke a […]

Art. Homage to Italy at the Hermitage

Art. Homage to Italy at the Hermitage

St. Petersburg –   Starting from March 26th the Hermitage in St. Petersburg has started an initiative of great cultural importance addressed to our country: 10 virtual visits in Italian language dedicated to the Italian collections kept in the museum.  The initiative aims to build a bridge between Italy and Russia at a time of great difficulty, […]

Jackie Kennedy’s Horse enters the Uffizi drawing collection

Jackie Kennedy’s Horse enters the Uffizi drawing collection

Sheet of Giovanni Battista Foggini, had belonged to the first lady of the United States. Purchased in New York along with other works by Franceschini and herself from the Friends of the Uffizi Galleries (Florance – Italy). The collection of drawings from the Uffizi Gallery is still growing. During the week dedicated to New York […]

Strolling through the villages of italy

Strolling through the villages of italy

From Molise to Lombardy, a journey into the most authentic heart of Italy, where art and history meet treasure chests of nature at breakneck speed. MOLISE – In Castel del Giudice (IS), the village of regeneration Among the peaks and woods that touch the skies of Alto Molise and Abruzzo, the small village of Castel […]

The stump of a tree becomes a crib source of hope

The stump of a tree becomes a crib source of hope

A tree stump shaped by the hands of an artist, becomes a crib Wonderful artist Bruno Crema of Montagnana in the province of Padua (Italy), who has made nativity scenes sculpture using tree stumps. He has made about twenty, one more beautiful than the other, all full of meaning as the connection between nature and […]

The Terraqueo World illuminates Portofino

The Terraqueo World illuminates Portofino

On 13 December, an artistic and cultural event born from the collaboration between the Municipality of Portofino, Geometry Global Italy and Maestro Marco Nereo Rotelli will illuminate the heart of Portofino, the first step of a communication project aimed at enhancing the Ligurian village as a model of absolute beauty and symbol of the balance […]

Pietro Aretino and art in the Renaissance

Pietro Aretino and art in the Renaissance

Italy, Florence – At the Uffizi, Aula Magliabechiana from 27 November 2019 to 1 March 2020 will be held the exhibition Pietro Aretino and art in the Renaissance A hundred paintings, sculptures, objects of applied art, tapestries, miniatures and printed books reconstruct the world of a great intellectual of the sixteenth century, Pietro Aretino (1492-1556). […]