• Address: Via Commerciale, 47
    34135 Trieste
    Tel. +393487757727
  • Visiting Hours: Every first Saturday of the month from 10:00 am
    at a cost of 15€ per person (5€ for the studio members).
    Reservation is required by sending a email or by calling.
    Depending on availability and notice, private, on-demand visits can be reserved."
  • Website: Studio Pascaropulo
  • Contact: Studio Pascaropulo

Abitazione ed Atelier (Villa Margherita - Trieste)


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  • Address: via Niccolò da Uzzano, 11 - Firenze

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  • Address: Monterosso Almo - (RG)

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  • Address: Via Aldo Formis, 17, 26041 Casalmaggiore CR

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Maraini’s House Museum at Pasquìgliora (Molazzana, Lucca)

Maraini’s House is located in “Pasquìgliora”, at 982 meters above sea level on the Alpe di Sant’Antonio in the Municipality of Molazzana, in a panoramic position on the Pania Secca. In this remote place that can only be reached on foot, Fosco Maraini reconnected his ties with the Apuan Alps, the mountains of his youth, to which he was so attached that he decided he wanted to be buried in the small cemetery of the Alpe di S. Antonio.
Between 1975 and 2004 - the year of his death - Fosco Maraini spent long periods of each year in this house, where he wrote books and articles among the silence of the woods, views and landscapes.

“I was looking for a nice wild place. One day from Pania I glimpsed a red roof in the distance. It was difficult to track him down. The red roof now covered the shell of an abandoned house. Since 1978, as soon as I can escape from Florence, I take refuge in this paradise. Pasquigliora and surroundings, today abandoned places”.

Fosco Maraini’s House is a type of house museum that represents a testimony of its message, but which also becomes the starting point for a rediscovery and enhancement of the territory in which it is immersed, closely linked to the figure of Maraini. A place where cultural and human values intersect and blend to give visitors not just a visit but a real experience.

From the Maraini’s House it is possible to follow the various important paths to admire the Apuan Alps, including the Path of Freedom and the Path of the Rocchette, where Maraini used to go climbing in the past. There are six paths overall, all of them marked with white and red CAI trail markers. The notice boards describe the peculiarities of the surrounding environment, as well as the events that bind them to Maraini.

  • Address: Via Letizia 11
    40136 Bologna
    phone 3492348646
  • Visiting Hours: from September to June, visits by appointment via the website

    Full ticket € 8,00 - Reduced €5,00
  • Website: website
  • Contact: @email

Casa Museo Renzo Savini - Bologna

Observing Renzo Savini's collection, we're far removed from the idea of a methodological and analytical archive. This careful research of his collection, begun in the 1960s, and ended only after his death in 2018.  A cultured man born in Bagnacavallo in 1931, with a classical education, he first studied at classical high school in Florence, and then took a degree in law at the University of Bologna where he met Nina de Beni, a student at the Faculty of Agriculture, who he would then marry.

 The house, the design of which was assigned in 1964 to the architect Raoul Biancani, is made of various materials: brick, masonry, wood and large windows. In this interesting structure on three floors, the fullness of the brick walls is in constant harmonic play with the large window openings.

Natural light floods these spaces; in different hours of the day, it lights up first one area and then another, playing on the surfaces and the colours of the objects positioned inside the spaces. It's a personal place where every detail has been decided by him; a studied arrangement of alternating rhythms, with accelerations and pauses in which the light always indicates the new key of the score to follow. The large house museum is arranged on two floors, the second of which is surrounded by a panoramic terrace. Every space becomes a setting for expertly arranged artefacts, with a consistent and methodical desire to create a fusion between works and architectural elements of various eras. 

In this dwelling in which every corner speaks of art, there hides, like in the centre of a Renaissance maze garden, a small Kunstkammer in which artifacts of multiple and multiform origins are wonderfully presented on glass shelves, the transparency of the supports making it possible to enjoy what is on display from every angle.


  • Address: Via Batticuccolo 4
    48018 Faenza
    Tel. 0545 26209
  • Website: website
  • Contact: @

Casa Studio Paolo Liverani - Faenza


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  • Address: Via Gaspare Spontini, 15 - 17
    60030 Maiolati Spontini (AN)
    Cell. 333 6688998
  • Visiting Hours: Sunday hours 16-20
  • Website:
  • Contact: Spontini Conservatoria

Casa Museo - Maiolati Spontini (AN)


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  • Address: Via dell’Arringo, I
    06049 Spoleto (PG)
    Tel. +39 0743 46620
  • Visiting Hours: From June to September:
    the days indicated in the calendar
    Morning: 10,30 - 13,00
    Afternoon: 16,00 - 20,00

    From October to January, from April to May:
    the days indicated in the calendar
    Morning: 10,00 - 13,00
    Afternoon: 15,00 - 19,30

    Casa Menotti can be visited, by reservation, also on closed days for groups of people, classes of students, researchers and scholars, by phoning n. 0743.46620 or by fax to n. 0743.23261
  • Website: Casa Menotti
  • Contact: info segreteria

Casa Menotti - Spoleto (PG)

Documentation centre of the "festival dei due mondi"

The Documentation Center of the Festival of two worlds of Spoleto, which is housed in “Casa Menotti”, stands as a sign of continuity between past and present, and gives shape and context to the audio, video and photographic material from the editions of the Festival from 1958, the year of its foundation, until the present day.
This material has been collected over the years by the Municipality of Spoleto, the Festival dei Due Mondi Foundation and the Monini Foundation, which has digitised it and made it accessible.

The Monini Foundation was set up with the intention of making Casa Menotti a memory box.

The Documentation Center of the Festival of Two Worlds it is a year-round open space, suitable for different degrees of in depth researches.
There are spaces dedicated to the Festival’s history, to the figure of Maestro Gian Carlo Menotti, and links between the city of Spoleto and its international cultural context.

An interactive multimedia set-up shows the main themes related to the Festival of Two Worlds and its founder, Maestro Gian Carlo Menotti.

Visitors have the opportunity to enjoy contents and documentary material of historical, cultural and artistic high value. There is also an interactive itinerary between the various floors of the house.

Through the use of a high-tech, multimedia interactive scenic design relives the atmosphere of the Festival with its music, dance, theatre, screenplays, international connections, well-known faces, timeless images.

  • Address: Fondazione Giuseppe Sarto
    via Giuseppe Sarto 29 - 31039 Riese Pio X (TV)
    Cell. +39 338 2354439
    Fax +39 0423 483050
  • Visiting Hours: Tuesday to Friday: from 9.30 to 12.30
    Saturday and Sunday: 9.30-12.30 / 14.30-17.30 (after Easter from 15 to 18)

    Group visits ONLY by reservation by writing to the email address (see below) or by contacting during the opening hours the number 0423 483929 or cell 338 2354439.

    Weekly closing MONDAY
    The Museo Casa Natale di San Pio X will be closed every Monday and on the days between Christmas and New Year’s Eve (25,26,27,28,29,30,31 December and 1 January)
    Closed also the days of Holy Saturday and Easter, May 1, April 25, November 1 and December 8.
  • Website: Fondazione
  • Contact: info Contatti

Museo Casa Natale San Pio X - Riese Pio X (TV)


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