November 20, 2016
Drones Document the Etruscan, Roman, and Medieval Treasures of Volterra Inhabited for nearly 3,000 years, Volterra’s history is most strongly tied to Etruscan and Roman settlements.

September 14, 2015
Gianni Berengo Gardin’s series of photographs, “Monsters in Venice,” hauntingly captures the continuing confrontation between the tourist economy, as represented by huge cruise ships, and the protection of cultural patrimony.

April 26, 2014
The cleaning of Bernini’s colonnade at Piazza St. Pietro was completed in time for Easter celebrations after almost five and a half years of work and about 14 million euros to pay for it.

November 25, 2013
The Art Newspaper has published a follow-up report to the ongoing crisis with large cruise ships threatening Venice.

October 27, 2013
Anna Somers Cocks asks in the Art Newspaper : “Who’s in Charge of Venice?” and argues that changes must be made to save La Serenissima.

October 20, 2013
The Bourbon Palace at Caserta – the Versailles of Italy – has received a 22-million euro grant for much-needed repairs .

August 14, 2013
Emily Sharpe reports on the cleaning of Diocletian’s palace (in Split/Spalato, Croatia ) with lasers in a ten-year project in The Art Newspaper .

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