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Donations to Hill of  Pionta with the Art Bonus benefit

The Hill of Pionta

the vast area of Pionta, public property once used as a colony for agricultural and urban expansion that escaped after the war, contains in its green and its tranquil paths traces of a citadel Bishops of the most extensive and significant , whose life and first emptied and impoverished, and then abruptly stopped: something comparable in importance to the more complex cathedrals and monasteries of Carolingian and Ottonian.

The systematic exploration of this area would be undertaking some great scientific and organizational commitment, but also to secure fruit for the knowledge of phenomena, moments and monuments of Italy‘s poorly known post-classical.

Dott.ssa Melucco Vaccaro Alessandra

Archaeologist and specialist in Hill of Pionta


Colle del Pionta