Basilica di Santa Croce. Lecce, Italy - also called the "Temple of the Italian Glories" for being the burial site of brilliant Italians, such as Galileo and Michelangelo (among others)

Basilica di Santa Croce. Lecce, Italy - also called the "Temple of the Italian Glories" for being the burial site of brilliant Italians, such as Galileo and Michelangelo (among others)

The small medieval village of Valloria in Liguria, Italy is an open air art museum, with more than 100 painted doors to homes, barns, wineries, and other buildings. Since 1994, international artists have been invited to create works of art on the ancient doors. Every July a festival "a Valloria fai baldoria" (at Valloria you have fun) is held to celebrate the artwork.

The small medieval village of Valloria in Liguria, Italy is an open air art museum, with more than 100 painted doors to homes, barns, wineries, and other buildings. Since 1994, international artists have been invited to create works of art on the ancient doors. Every July a festival "a Valloria fai baldoria" (at Valloria you have fun) is held to celebrate the artwork.

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