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Calamita Cosmica, Foligno
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  • While not a lover of art both ancient and modern, I must say that this work of Gino De Amicis, is really amazing. Both for its size and for the care taken during production. Mysterious and surreal, fits well in the environment of the former Church of the Holy Trinity in Annunziata di Foligno. Even more puzzling are the pointy nose of the skull and the auction which aims at the sky. An experience to try.
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  • Visiting fun! See the inside of your body enlarged out of proportion and you gotta laugh. This is unusual and original artwork
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  • Charming and evocative work, does not leave indifferent. The entrance fee is a bit high, despite its colossal with its 24m long, 5 euros only for an artwork is a tad high, would have been more appropriate to about 3 euros or 5 euros but add temporary exhibitions, let it pay maybe held in corridors leading to the second level so you can see more works simultaneously. Nevertheless, I highly recommend it.
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