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Architetture perdute

At Palazzo dei Musei an exhibition dedicated to the architect Giuseppe Maria Soli in the bicentenary of the death (1822 - 2022)

Architetture perdute (lost architectures)
20 October - 27 November 2022
Palazzo dei Musei, ground floor

The exhibition displays the wooden models of two important lost architectures by Giuseppe Maria Soli (Vignola, 23 June 1747 – Modena, 20 October1822) : the scenographic Porta Sant’Agostino (1789-1793) and the monumental Ponte di Sant'Ambrogio (1789-1793) located along the Via Emilia. Disappeared in the twentieth century, the two works are revived in the models made by the "Emilia Research" Laboratory of the University of Bologna and by the students of the Architecture and Furniture Design Course of the "A. Venturi " High school of Modena.

As part of the celebrations for the bicentenary of the death of the Modenese architect.

Organized by the Civic Museum of Modena

Free entry

Entrance from Viale Vittorio Veneto, 5

Opening hours: Monday - Saturday 8.30am - 7pm, Sunday and holidays 9.30am - 7.30pm