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Home / The ‘Places of the soul’ by Tonino Guerra

The ‘Places of the soul’ by Tonino Guerra

Around Rimini - Tonino Guerra

The genius of Tonino Guerra, poet and screenwriter of the films by Federico Fellini and Antonioni amongst others, is evident with the ‘diffused’ museum composed of 7 sites, 5 in the historic centre of Pennabilli and 2 in the hamlets of Castello di Bascio and Ca’ Romano. The installations have become a unique model of creativity and urban requalification because of their originality and universal contents. These open-air museums revolve around seven themes: the garden of forgotten fruits, that gathers ancient species of fruit trees; the road of sundials, that includes beautiful facades embellished by seven wonderful sundials; the petrified garden in the hamlet of Bascio, that extends on the slopes of a millenary tower and includes seven ceramic carpets dedicated to seven illustrious personalities who lived in the valley; the angel with a moustache that is cherished by the local Chiesetta dei Caduti; the sanctuary of thoughts, that contains seven enigmatic stone sculptures and a single bench to meditate; the shelter of the abandoned Madonna, a collection of sacred images that once embellished the shrines that were situated at the junction of two major countryside roads; and the Madonna of the snow rectangle, a small church built in the middle of the wood after a divine sign that hosts an important artwork by the famous ceramist from Faenza: Muki. 

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