Contemporary Posta

In some rooms of the convent of San Francesco, every year an exhibition of contemporary art is organised. Each year a theme is chosen to create an attractive contrast between the dark spaces of the building, dedicated to prayer and meditation, and the exuberant vitality of contemporary art.

City Theatre

This theatre, formerly called Theatre of the Fighter (Combattente), was built in 1810, during the Napoleonic period, in the neoclassical style. It has 120 seats and is one of the smallest theatres in Italy. Inside it looks ‘Italian’ with two galleries that replace the typical balconies. The theatre is decorated Read more…

Borbona Cross

The processional cross of Bourbon, dating from 1320-1330, is an extraordinary masterpiece of large size, 115 x 70 cm. It is embossed in fire gilt silver foil and decorated with translucent enamel. The cross is on display in the church of Santa Maria Assunta, and is carried in procession on Read more…

Teatro La Rifolta

The Rifolta was an immense elliptical open tank built in the mid 1600s by the Ginetti family as a water reservoir to provide water for the population and, even more, to give an “engine” to the baronial mills through the wastewater. The Rifolta is a spectacular monument based on the Read more…

The Serpara  

The Swiss artist Paul Wiedmer has created a magical garden where he has included many sculptures and art installations, created by himself or donated by other contemporary artists. The garden is located on a slight slope going down to a stream and is very impressive.