Italy is the country of culture and beauty. In Italy, art is everywhere. In our country the most famous artists in the world were born . They have created works of art that everyone envies us. Italy is the country of Michelangelo, Raffaello, Leonardo, Donatello, Caravaggio, Tiziano… and these are just some of the artists who have made and continue to make Italy the home of art. Cradle of civilization, renowned for its artistic tradition, Italy has been and is at the center of history, culture and art since ancient times.
Only in Italy you can see in the same spaces examples of the Roman and Medieval art together with the wonders of the Renaissance and Baroque, up to modernity: for this reason Italy holds the largest number of artistic and cultural assets declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
Italian art and culture do not only include monuments and museums, but also historical events and commemorations, such as the Palio of Siena, or exhibitions of the highest value, in the most beautiful settings possible.
The “Great Beauty” is visible in every corner of the country and reserves endless and wonderful surprises.
Yet many of us have never visited a museum or when on school trips (we haven’t done any for a while now), the destination is a museum, the home of a famous artist or an archaeological site, we don’t like the idea so much. That’s why it would be necessary for us to get used to looking at works of art less superficially, to understand what and how they communicate and to become little critics ourselves.