Andrea Vici. Architect and hydraulic engineer in the Marche in the 18th Century The guided tour illustrates and highlights the works of the architect Andrea Vici in the socio-historical context of the Marche. Discover the art itineraries in the Marche in:
DISCOVER THE MARCHE AND ITS MUSEUMS WITH THE ‘MARCHE MUSEUM CARD’ The dissemination of fine arts is so widespread that the Marche truly deserves
the definition of “open-air museum”: 500 squares, more than 1,000 significant monuments, more than 100 art cities, 33 strongholds, 106 castles, 15 fortresses, 170 towers, numerous historical homes with gardens, many of which provide accommodation, thousands of churches of which 200 are Romanesque, 90 well-preserved abbeys, 183 sanctuaries, 34 archaeological sites, over 70 picturesque historical theatres. There is the highest density in Italy of museums, art galleries and museum collections, about 400 out of 239 municipalities and an impressive 315 libraries, including the ancient Hermitage of Fonte Avellana (Province PU), the Oliveriana in Pesaro, or the one in Palazzo Leopardi in
Recanati (Province MC), not to mention the National Gallery of the Marche in Urbino, a UNESCO Heritage City. The Marche Museum Card allows you to visit museums and archaeological sites, providing free access to each without restriction during opening hours. The Marche Museum Card also provides discounts and special offers for events and exhibitions and other benefits in the area of tourism and culture. The updated list of stipulated agreements and their characteristics can be consulted in the “Strutture Convenzionate”, Agreed Facilities section, or by calling the freephone number 800 439392 (Italy only). www.cartamusei.marche.it
Visiting the MARCHE region
ed fertile ground for the San Filippo Neri movement in the centuries-old relations with Rome.
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