Risultati immagini per mostra memorie viva cassino

One of the worst attacks on Italy's cultural heritage was the bombardment of the ancient St. Benedict Monastery of Cassino on the 10th September 1945. The tragic destruction of the building and accompanying loss of life took place only a few days before the Armistice was signed, bringing the Second World War finally to an end. The event is vividly reproduced in the exhibition Memoria Viva 1939-1945 Cassino, running until the 18th October 2019 at the Museo Historiale di Cassino, Via San Marco 23. The exhibition includes a collection of historic photographs, restored in digital 3D, accompanied by the stories recounted by the soldiers and ordinary civilians who experienced the attack, through the use of augmented reality technology. The event is part of the programme Atelier, Arte, Bellezza e Cultura, organized by DBG Management & Consultancy and co-funded by the local Lazio Regional government and the EU, which promotes and finances cultural projects in historic sites in Lazio.



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Posted on 13 Sep 2019 by Editor
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