A list of what you shouldn't miss in #destinationazionemarche
OPENING TIME: Thursday: 8.00 am-2.00 pm
Recanati - Museum Collaredo Mels, Recanati - Theatre “Giuseppe Persiani”, Leopardi Museum-House, Recanati - The medieval Torre del Borgo ( Civic Tower), Recanati - Marche Film tourism, Recanati - Church of S. Filippo, Church of San Domenico, Recanati - "B.Gigli" Museum and Guitar Museum, Recanati - Cathedral of S. Flaviano, Didactic-artistic Museum G. Leopardi of the Leopardian National Studies Centre
Flavors and Craft:
Recanati - Arcahorn di Guerra Mario, Recanati - Nativity of Saint Vito, Recanati - The tenor Beniamino Gigli
Of medieval, the building became the Palace towards the end of the sixteenth and following centuries until it was modified into its present age 'neoclassical....
From the original church devoted to S. Flaviano and elevated to the status of Cathedral in 1240, then built over a previous sacred structure, today only very...
The first construction, started in 1665, was soon followed in 1722 by a second that saw the demolition of the first building and the creation of a second church...
The Public Library of Recanati was opened on 20th October 1959.
The establishment of municipal councils after the war was at the origin of the creation of the...
The medieval Torre del Borgo ( or Civic Tower) of Recanati is 36 meters high and is crowned by Ghibelline battlements. It was built in the second half...
Church of San Domenico (15th century), with a 1481 portal by Giuliano da Maiano. It houses the Glory of St. Vincent Ferrer by Lorenzo Lotto.
Giacomo Leopardi’s Marche
Art and Culture Rolling Hills and Ancient Villages
Different styles, sensational beauty
Art and Culture Spirituality and Meditation
The Marche and opera, an inextricable partnership.
Art and Culture
Born in Venice around 1480, the young artist Lorenzo Lotto chose to move to Treviso. There Lotto formed a relationship with the humanist circle of Bishop Bernardo De Rossi from Parma, which straight away provided him with advantageous and profitable commissions. In 1508 Lotto was called to the Vatican in Rome to paint the rooms of the new apartment of Julius II. During the period between 1509 and 1516 the movements of the Venetian artist are somewhat obscure. The following decade, spent in Bergamo, was undoubtedly Lotto’s happiest and most creative period. At the end of 1525, after an absence of 20 years, he decided to return to Venice where however the rising star of Titian, with his sensuous and joyful painting, precluded the favour of the patrons towards Lotto. He died in the Marche in 1556 and was buried, at his request, in a Dominican friar’s habit. Lotto accomplished many works in the Marche, providing testimony to his genius and his remarkable personality.