Trip to Florence (in Italian)

Trip to Florence (in Italian)

The National Museum of the Bargello is Florence’s sculpture museum. Its collection of Renaissance statues is considered among the most important in the whole world: masterpieces by Michelangelo, Donatello, Ghiberti, Cellini, Giambologna, Ammannati and other...
Milano and Cinema (in Italian)

Milano and Cinema (in Italian)

If in people’s minds the Italian cities traditionally associated with the world of cinema are Rome (for Cinecittà) and Venice (for the Biennale), Milan’s crucial role in experimenting with this 7th form of art and spreading it outside of Italy’s...
Gerolamo Theater (in Italian)

Gerolamo Theater (in Italian)

After thirty-three years of inactivity – six of which were dedicated to restoration – the Gerolamo Theater is back! Known as the “Little la Scala of Milan” with its horse shoe shape and two levels of boxes, it effectively resembles the...
A visit to City Life (in Italian)

A visit to City Life (in Italian)

The Futurists called Milan “the city that rises.” They would have loved City Life, a site-in-progress where we can appreciate the most ambitious forms of the modern architecture of today and of the future. We will see how the biggest archistar of our day...
Curti Furnace: guided visit (in Italian)

Curti Furnace: guided visit (in Italian)

A feast for the eyes: crossing the gneiss stone threshold, and entering in the picturesque and imaginative jumble of stairs, courtyards, porticoes and loggias where the roof tiles between one chimney and another offer nesting places not just to terracotta birds, but...

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