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The Vaselle d’Autore and Nino Caruso Collection In the historical center of Torgiano, a renowned wine growing and producing center, between Perugia and Assisi, the Collezione Caruso and the Collezione delle Vaselle d’Autore are hosted inside Palazzo Malizia. The two collections are dedicated to the production of artistic ceramics, executed by contemporary artists of international fame. The Nino Caruso Collection contains works that have been executed by the Sicilian master since the 1950s and donated to Torgiano Municipality, to which the artist is profoundly tied. The display of 58 sculptur
MUVIT – Torgiano Wine Museum The Museo del Vino—MUVIT—is hosted inside Palazzo Graziani-Baglioni, along the main street of Torgiano, a renowned viniculture production centre between Perugia and Assisi. This Palace, built in the 17th century, represents an important example of patrician-rural-estate. It was the summer residence of the Perugian Graziani family. Its name “Graziani-Baglioni” is due to the marriage—in the 19th century—of Anna Graziani and Pietro Baglioni. Its premises have hosted the Wine Museum—MUVIT—since 1974, which was conceived of and realized by the initiative of Giorgio and
Olive Tree and Olive Oil Museum The Museo dell’Olivo e dell’Olio—MOO—is hosted inside the burgh of Torgiano; a renowned center of wine production between Perugia and Assisi. The exhibition display is held inside an old olive press, whose premises are the result of the fusion of three different houses that were used until the last century. This edifice has been the seat of the Olive Tree and Olive Oil Museum since the year 2000, conceived of and realized by the initiative of Giorgio and Maria Grazia Lungarotti. Supported by the family enterprise and managed by Lungarotti Foundation, the museu
Brufa Sculpture Park “Scultori a Brufa” is a Park of sculptures en plain air. It was conceived of in 1987, with the initiative of inviting one sculptor a year to exhibit their work along the roads around the vineyards and the small squares of the village of Brufa, and the buying of a work of art that was specially made for the municipality. Brufa, whose hills are designed by the vineyards of the prestigious Torgianese wine production, dominates the Tiber River Plains towards Assisi and Foligno from the summit of the hill. The town is part of the “Wine and Art” road-itinerary—on the ridge of