The Museo all’Aperto Campo del Sole is in Navaccia, on the Lido of Tuoro sul Trasimeno, in a vast area of naturalistic interest.
It displays 27 huge sculpted columns of a kind of sandstone—called “pietra serena”—arranged in a spiral with a diameter of 44 meters.
It was designed by Pietro Cascella, in collaboration with Mauro Berrettini and Cordelia Von Den Steinen, under the direction of Enrico Crispolti. It is proposed as a Memorial place—the area was the historical battlefield with the Carthaginian Hannibal—but also as an invitation to the dialogue and meeting of people, as figuratively suggested by the central table, a work executed by Cascella.
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