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Save the date: 31st edition of the FAI Spring Days

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On 25th and 26th March, the FAI Spring Days event returns for its 31st edition. Over the weekend, over 750 sites in 400 cities which are normally inaccessible will be open to visitors.

Make a note in your diaries for 25th and 26th March 2023 and an appointment with the FAI Spring Days.

The flagship event of the FAI, now in its 31st edition, offers you the opportunity to discover and rediscover surprising treasures of art and nature throughout Italy. The free-of-charge visits will take place in over 750 places in 400 cities. Most of the sites are usually inaccessible or little known.

FAI will publish the list of open places and how to participate from 15 March – bookmark the site, don’t miss out.

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The heritage of Italian history, art and nature

The heritage of Italian history, art and nature is the star of the weekend.  Available to visit are not only monuments of recognised value, but also unpublished sites and unknown landscapes. No matter how well-known, their importance in terms of culture, history and traditions, tells the identity of Italy.

Villas, churches, historic buildings, castles, museums and archaeological areas will be open for visits. In addition, explore examples of industrial archeology, art collections, libraries, civil and military buildings, workplaces and artisan workshops .

Nature is not ignored with itineraries in the villages and visits to naturalistic areas, urban parks, botanical gardens and historic gardens.

The event is also an important fundraising event. For this reason, visitors are asked to consider a donation from €3 to support FAI’s mission and activities.

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