AboutUmbria Collection, Number Zero – Blue
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AboutUmbria Collection analyzes, studies, explores and so narrates Umbria through a lens. A lens that assumes every time a different colour, inspiring every issue. Because Umbria is commonly known as the green heart of Italy, but it is also something more.
AboutUmbria Collection addresses to every Umbria lover and to who doesn’t know it yet, but is bound to fall in love with this territory. It’s for the Umbrian people who want to re-discover their territory; it’s for tourists who are looking for all-absorbing experiences; it’s for everyone who loves beauty and shun predictable things.
For this reasons, we really pay attention to research, to information reliability and to details. Since we want to take into consideration the beauty of Umbria without any distortion, we have chosen a minimal layout and artistic pictures, together with a high quality paper which could recall the genuineness of our land.
In this issue:
Number zero, dedicated to BLUE, wants to express the mystical and magical allure that characterizes Umbria.
Let’s start from the air, with the aerial views painted by Gerardo Dottori, or with the membranes made by Pietro Dorazio. Many artists chose blue as means to reach spirituality and compositional purity.
Soon after that, at 1,400 metres of altitude, we can lay in the flowered meadows of Castelluccio di Norcia, foretasting the typical handpicked lentil.
But we will be charmed also by the places touched by Saint Francis, linked by the route called The Way of Francis. Or maybe by the mystical chasm of Saint Patrick’s well, where transcendent symbols link Dante Alighieri and Saint Patrick to the Umbrian city of Orvieto.
Let’s discover the secret recipe of the cod made during the Corsa dei Ceri of Gubbio, together with the ancient dying techniques used by Giotto to depict his stunning blue skies.
We will discover all the hamlets guarded by I Borghi Più Belli d’Italia and the city where beauty is woven on tulle: in Panicale, the association of Ars Panicalensis preserves the art of embroidery and lace.
Finally, we will find out Maestro Puccini’s favourite destination: the Pavone Theatre of Perugia, born under a menacing omen.
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