Amici del FAI L’Associazione Amici del FAI è nata nel 2007 a fianco del FAI con lo scopo di salvaguardare i piccoli tesori della Fondazione e con l’obiettivo di rendere la cultura sempre più accessibile a tutti. È un’associazione di volontariato riconosciuta e iscritta al Registro Regionale della Lombardia.
The Capitolium of Brixia or the Temple of the Capitoline Triad in Brescia was the main temple in the center of the Roman town of Brixia . It is represented at present by fragmentary ruins, but is part of an archeological site, including a Roman amphitheatre and museum in central Brescia.
The castle is called the "Falcon of Italy" because of its position on the summit of the hill, where it overlooks the city from above. It is one of the largest fortified complexes in Italy with 75,000 square metres enclosed within its surrounding walls..
Coordinates The Diocesan museum of Brescia is a museum in Italy dedicated to the artistic patrimony of the Diocese of Brescia, and is located in the greater cloister of the Monastery of Saint Joseph in via Gasparo Salò, a short distance from the Piazza della Loggia
Lake Garda (Italian: Lago di Garda [ˈlaːɡo di ˈɡarda] or Lago Benàco, Latin: Benacus; Lombard: Lach de Garda; Venetian: Łago de Garda) is the largest lake in Italy. It is a popular holiday location located in northern Italy, about halfway between Brescia and Verona, and between Venice and Milan on the edge of the Dolomites.
Il mostasù dèle Cosére. Il mostasù dèle Cosére, letteralmente "faccione delle Cossere" in dialetto bresciano, è un antico rilievo situato nel centro storico di Brescia, murato all'angolo tra corso Goffredo Mameli e contrada delle Cossere, dalla quale trae il nome.
ll Musil - Museo dell'Industria e del Lavoro di Brescia si colloca nel solco delle più recenti realizzazioni di sistemi museali articolati sul territorio e incentrati sulla storia dello sviluppo industriale. Con i suoi diversi poli e percorsi museali il Musil di Brescia prefigura un sistema a scala regionale sul modello delle più avanzate esperienze europee.
Il voto negativo è limitato alla carenza di comunicazi one circa il fatto che, in occasione della gara "Mille Miglia", il museo è praticamen te mezzo vuoto perché molte vetture sono via. Sarebbe bastato... dirlo alla cassa o almeno scriverlo su fb/ sito internet.
The Cinefotoclub National Museum of Photography (founded in 1953) preserves a rich heritage of vintage photographs and cinema memorabilia. Its 8,000 pieces tell the story of photography from 1826 to the digital era, and the history of movie making from amateurs to professionals.
New and Old Cathedrals of Brescia The Duomo Vecchio or Old Cathedral (also called "La Rotonda" because of its round layout) is a Roman Catholic church in Brescia, Italy; the rustic circular Romanesque co-cathedral stands next to the Duomo Nuovo (New Cathedral) of Brescia.
La carta si estende su tutto il Parco delle Colline che include i comuni di Bovezzo, Brescia, Cellatica, Collebeato, Rezzato, Rodengo Saiano. Sono riportati tutti i sentieri escursionistici e la loro classificazione, inoltre sono evidenziati percorsi tematici, piste di downhill, e percorsi a lunga percorrenza come il 3 Valli (3V), il Franciacorta, e il sentiero del Carso Bresciano.
When Brescia was under Roman rule, this square was the centre both of religious and political life. The Capitolium temple, prominently situated at the north end, had an arcade with a double order of columns, as can be seen from the remains of the arches on the former ground level.
Piazza del Mercato è una piazza di Brescia, situata a sud ovest di piazza della Vittoria lungo corso Palestro, all'estremità nord di via Antonio Gramsci. Formatasi a partire dal Quattrocento, ha conosciuto numerose aggiunte e modifiche, soprattutto negli edifici affacciati ai suoi lati, fino alla prima metà del Novecento.
The Piazza della Loggia bombing was a bombing that took place on the morning of 28 May 1974, in Brescia, Italy during an anti-fascist protest. The terrorist attack killed eight people and wounded 102. The bomb was placed inside a rubbish bin at the east end of the square.
The Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo is a public art museum in Brescia, Lombardy, northern Italy, exhibiting mainly paintings by local artists from the 13th through 18th centuries. The gallery opened in 1851 in the Palazzo Tosio, endowed in 1832 with the collection of Count Paolo Tosio and further enriched by donations and gathering of items from local religious buildings.
The church of San Clemente is an ancient Roman Catholic church located near the Piazza del Foro, in central Brescia, region of Lombardy, Italy. History A church at the site is documented by 954, and was initially attached to the adjacent Benedictine monastery.
In 1515, the Observant Friars Minor (Franciscans) had acquired this property in the center of Brescia, and by 1520 had built a convent at the site. There had been a monastery of San Francesco in the then outskirts of the city. Construction of the church began in 1519, and was generally complete by 1541.
San Salvatore (or Santa Giulia) is a former monastery in Brescia, Lombardy, northern Italy, now turned into a museum. The monastic complex is famous for the diversity of its architecture which include Roman remains and significant pre-Romanesque, Romanesque and Renaissance buildings.
Sant'Agata is a 15th-century, Roman Catholic church located on Corsetto Sant'Agata at Piazza della Vittoria in Brescia, region of Lombardy, Italy. History A church at the site was present by the 8th century, when the neighborhood was located outside the city walls, but after the 1184 fire destroyed the ancient church, it was reconstructed in the 15th-century in Gothic style.
The convent of San Salvatore, later named after Santa Giulia (915) was founded at the wish of King Desiderius and his wife Ansa in 753 AD, and built on a particularly rich archeological site ( the remains of Roman domus have been found under the basilica of San Salvatore and in the kitchen garden of Santa Giulia.
The isolated St Nicholas Abbey is considered the cornerstone of Cluniac Benedictine presence of obedience in Franciacorta. In 1446 he passed to the Olivetans who rebuilt between 1450 and 1534, with the assistance of the best artists in Brescia. After the suppression (1779) and decay, since 1974 the monastery is returned to the care of the olivetans.
The Pallata Tower, known simply as the Pallata or Torre della Pallata, is a 32-metre-high (105 ft) 13th-century tower located on Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi in the center of Brescia, region of Lombardy, Italy. History. It was initially built as a bastion that was part of the medieval walls of the city.
Italian poet Giosuè Carducci wrote an Alcaic ode to Brescia’s Winged Victory, a bronze statue from 3rd-century-BC Greece, reworked in the 1st century AD during the Roman Imperial period, and found in 1826 near the Capitoline Temple of the ancient Brixia (Brescia the heavy, Brescia the strong, / Brescia Lion of Italy, to quote the poet’s verses precisely).