Wednesday, May 12, 2010

2008 Stock Scion Tc Tail Lights

"The capital invisible." Pavia hidden in books. Four

"The capital invisible

Pavia, the capital of the kingdom of the Lombards, Pavia, flourishing community, Pavia, the battlefields of Europe, Pavia, the capital of academic and scientific culture for centuries.

The city, sometimes against its will, it has had to play the role of the center of a state or character of a cultural project, also known, and perhaps wanted to hide the traces of that time and those to come, wrapping them in the fog and mist in the winters and summers in the plains.

Only those who seek to discover the capital that can not be seen.
will find it not only in the streets and facades, but the encounter alive and present between the lines, in books and archives, which have retained a memory trace sensitive ink.

The exhibition 'The capital invisible' addresses to trace the call to Pavia moments in history when the city was the center of the political economic cultural : the Lombard period, the time of common, the battle of Pavia, the university in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The speakers will talk about books and documents, letting the story to tell, that the sites come back to say what they have hidden for centuries, with modesty and discretion.

Constantine Leanti

Calendar of meetings :

May 7, 2010
Aldo sect - "Paul Deacon and invisible capital"
Enzo Barbieri - "False Pavia documents of lombard. Deception or memory recovery? "

May 13, 2010
Majocchi Piero -" Caput mundi imperialis. The memory of the capital in the Middle Ages "
Maria Teresa Mazzilli -" San Michele asked for a capital "

May 19, 2010
Galandra Marco -" The Battle of Pavia: facts, books, documents "
Luisa Grass - "The Park Visconti"

May 27, 2010
Mazzarello Paul - "Alessandro Volta. A major player in science and lounges "
Franca Lavezzi -" By the sword pen: the short career of Foscolo Pavia


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