Territory and Events

CHRISTMAS IN BEVAGNA AND IN THE VILLAGES 4 DECEMBER 2021 – 9 JANUARY 2022

21Nov

CHRISTMAS IN BEVAGNA AND IN THE VILLAGES

The magic of tradition

? ?BEVAGNA is…. CHRISTMAS! ??
Bevagna from 4 December 2021 to 9 January 2022 is transformed and becomes a real Christmas city!

⭐️ Medieval Living Nativity
⭐️Music and Theater
⭐️Carriage and Santa Claus Village
⭐️Excellences of the territory
⭐️ Medieval Shops
⭐️Shopping under the stars
⭐️ Here comes the Befana

?Come and experience the magic of Christmas in Bevagna!

LIVING NATIVITY IN BETTONA – 26 DECEMBER 2021, 1, 2 AND 6 JANUARY 2022

20Nov

LIVING NATIVITY IN BETTONA

The Magic of Chrostmas

Bettona becomes magic, love, theater and stages a unique work.

22 acted scenes, 150 appeared one of the largest living nativity scenes in Umbria

through the picturesque alleys of one of the “most beautiful villages in Italy”.

Who is this child who will fill the world? 

A carpenter who will take away man’s ills as if they were knots in wood? 

A rope maker who will weave the hearts of men as if they were hemp threads?

 

Calendar of performances

December 26, 2021

1, 2 and 6 January 2022

 

To participate in the Living Nativity, it will be necessary to book online and be in possession of a Green Pass. It will be possible to book from 1 December 2021 through the specially dedicated virtual platform accessible from this site. In compliance with Covid regulations, it will be necessary to wear personal protective equipment.

The performances will start at 17.30.

 

Each group (of about 30/35) will be accompanied by a guide through the village, witnessing the recited scenes.

The groups will leave approximately every 10 minutes.

The entire route takes about 40 minutes.

Do not miss!

 

Guided tour with wine tasting | The Carapace of Arnaldo Pomodoro

01Jun

GUIDED TOUR OF THE CASTELBUONO ESTATE WITH WINE TASTING:

THE CARAPACE OF ARNALDO TOMODORO

Il Carapace was born from the Lunelli family’s dream of seeing a cellar built that was a treasure chest for wine. From the long-standing friendship with Arnaldo Pomodoro and from the previous collaboration – which had led the Master to create “Centenarium”, the sculpture that celebrates the century of history of the Ferrari Cellars – the idea arose to propose to him, whose sculptures stand out in symbolic places around the world, to realize the cellar.

The idea is that of a shape reminiscent of the turtle, a symbol of stability and longevity which, with its carapace, represents the union between earth and sky “.

THE WORK

The result is an absolutely unique work, the first sculpture in the world in which it is possible to live and work, a place where art and nature, sculpture and wine dialogue, emphasizing the exceptional nature of both the container and the content. Entering the “Carapace” means entering a sculpture by Pomodoro, as his artistic alphabet immediately perceives, immediately recognizable in the internal vault. A winery that gives emotions, as happened to its author, Arnaldo Pomodoro. He told it himself: “For the first time in my life I had the thrill of being able to walk, talk and drink inside one of my works”.

The carapace is the first sculpture in the world in which you live and work, it is a treasure trove of great wines, Sagrantino and Rosso di Montefalco, the soul of the truest Umbria.

IN THE CARAPACE OF ARNALDO TOMATO NATURE, WINE AND ART DIALOGUE AMONG THEM

The “Carapace” offers itself to the eye as a large dome covered with copper, engraved with cracks that recall the furrows of the earth that embraces it. A sculptural element in the shape of a red dart that sticks into the ground emphasizes the work in the landscape.

The duration of the visit is approximately one hour; During the guided tour, Arnaldo Pomodoro’s Carapace project, the history of the Lunelli family, the winemaking practices and information on the aging of our wines will be illustrated. Wine tasting will follow.
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