Brescia: a special city for Promotica, with an artistic heritage waiting to be discovered.
Brescia, a city known for its industriousness, which has obtained the prestigious title of Italian Capital of Culture this year, alongside Bergamo. Bringing its beauty to light has also become our mission, which is why Promotica wanted to be the main donor of the Alliance for Culture – Brescia Musei Foundation, of which the Santa Giulia Museum is a part, an extraordinary cultural site recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2011, which will be the heart of the events over these two days. Located within a monastic complex of Lombard origin, it offers a journey through the history of Brescia, art, and spirituality, from prehistory to the present day, in an exhibition area of approximately 14,000 square meters.
We will sit down to talk in the Renaissance Church of the Museum, a setting of great prestige, unique in its kind. Enriched by the proximity of the superb Monastery Choir, painted by Ferramola and Paolo da Caylina in 1527.
We will be watched over by the Vittoria Alata, one of the most important symbols of our city, as we dine in the Viridarium of Santa Giulia, which reproduces a typical Roman garden at the point where it is assumed that the private garden of the Domus delle Fontane once stood, like the inhabitants of ancient Brixia.
It will be wonderful to have you with us in our home.
To discover more about Brescia’s archaeological heritage:
- SANTA GIULIA MUSEUM → https://www.bresciamusei.com/en/museums-and-venues/santa-giulia-museum/
- ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK OF ROMAN BRESCIA → https://www.bresciamusei.com/en/museums-and-venues/brixia-roman-archaeological-area/