archaeological heritage before 300 BC heritage education

HATTUSA, in the steps of the ancient kings

The winter solstice is the shortest day of the year that must be celebrate as the ancient kings did. The winter solstice was the day of rebirth and Hattusa, the great Hittite capital, tell this story.

300 BC – 500 AC archaeological heritage heritage education

Carsulae, a journey along the Via Flaminia

To walk along the Via Flaminia and imagine what a Roman city must have been like, you just have one thing to do: leave for Umbria and stop to visit Carsulae!

1914 – today buildings & monuments museums & exhibitions

Leonardo’s Last Supper in XX century

Milan. Leonardo’s Last Supper hit by the bombs of the Second World War, the incredible restoration that lasted 20 years. Could there be a better way to narrate those moments than through the camera of who were present immortalizing them for us?

1800 – 1914 1914 – today buildings & monuments museums & exhibitions

The Museum of the Certosa di Pavia

Strolling through the beautiful cloisters and courtyard of the Certosa di Pavia you can still feel the slow passing of monks’ life, who have inhabited those spaces for centuries…and passing by one of the countless wooden doors you will discover the Certosa’s secrets.

1914 – today buildings & monuments heritage education

The Former Summer Camps, Expression of Italian Rationalism.

What if, strolling along the seaside, you found a seaplane nestled on the sand? These bizarre shaped buildings are the former summer camps from the Fascist period, masterpieces of Italian Rationalist architecture. Almost a forgotten story, now ready to be rediscovered…