Giornate fai autunno 2017

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giornate fai autunno 2017

Event in La Spezia, Italy by FAI Giovani - La Spezia on Sunday, October 15 with people interested and 43 people going.

2017

For more than 40 years the FAI is committed to the fact that the Italian landscape, its sites and its monuments, the masterpieces of art that guard and tell about the history and the identity of our country are not forgotten, but are protected, respected and valued forever and for all, engaging every day in the protection and enhancement of the Italian art and nature heritage. The Lucca Museum and Archaeological Complex with the ornaments of the Holy Face, still used today on May 3 and September 14, to "dress" the venerated simulacrum of Christ preserved in the Cathedral. Paolo Bertoncini Sabatini will conduct two visits at and For information on studiolegaletalarico gmail. The Church of Santa Caterina , built in and then completely transformed in by Lucca architect Francesco Pini, student of Juvarra, which made it one of the most significant examples of baroque religious building in the city of Lucca. The interior, an elliptical space, is richly decorated with stuccos framing altars and paintings, by Bartolomeo De Santi and Lorenzo Castellotti.

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GIORNATE FAI DI AUTUNNO 2017 - Riomaggiore e Manarola

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3 thoughts on “Giornate fai autunno 2017

  1. Italy's cultural heritage includes an incredible number of wonderful buildings, churches, courtyards and palaces that are, too often, known only by a few, and overlooked by most.

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