What makes Italian cities great and small unique: the historical testimonies and urban projects that still structure the belly and historic districts. They host local initiatives animated by a strong sense of identity
I segni di un passato ancora leggibile e i segni innovativi che emergono a formare nuove identitò anche se semisommerse dalla città banale
Keith Haring, Tuttomondo, Pisa, 1990.
The large isolated monuments, built and natural, which polarize the territory and are told as centers of areas to be explored.
The rural landscape, in its infinite variety of settlements, crops, relationships with nature, the result of millenary knowledge that are told in their permanence and in the most promising recent evolutions
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