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Castello di Miradolo, San Secondo di Pinerolo
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  • Exit Gothic Revival style villa took Sunday to visit the exhibition and the Park around it. On Sunday afternoon there are themed guided tours in the Park: we decided given the period to follow "Metamorphosis", which is a walk in the Park to admire the foliage accompanied by an explanation on the different types of trees and the colour of the leaves. Very interesting visit in a very quiet place. Place that continues in its process of re-evaluating and discovery. To follow the initiatives always present.
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  • We visited the exhibition of a great landscape artist Piero Porcinai, in the large rooms of this historic castle, a charming place by architectural elements stored, with a large park full of different tree species. I recommend everyone to visit it, is planning several interesting events.
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  • I happened to pass by again from Miradolo and I try to visit another exhibition, this time dedicated to landscape designer Pietro Porcinai. This is a very interesting character, the exhibition unfortunately not. The photographs are very few, at least three are exhibited on walls that could accommodate three times as much. Some walls are occupied by a single sketch of a giant project, interesting mostly to figure out how much of the project would show: porticoes, Cascades, ad hoc architectural elements, all components that you can see from the drawing by the artist and tragically highlighted the shortcomings of this view. The project is interesting, where are the photos? Some details of trees and meadows, a few pictures of pools are by no means exhaustive. Even the written description puts mournfully out everything that could be shown and it wasn't. Would be expected as a minimum plans and elevations that illustrate each work in its entirety, but there's none of that. At the end of the tour, you'd think, "well, I discovered a fine artist, I'd like to see an exhibition of his work." Everything for the exorbitant price of 10 euros each, but no refund so who does not possess the tile museums. Perhaps places like this count on the fact that those who now owns the Museum subscription (and we are many) does more too if the price being included in the annual cost of the card. It is shown that with ticket you are entitled to visit the Park, which is simply the plants and trees of species selected but it is of no interest to anyone not involved in Botany, it lacks any particular feature as a project and layout. It is understood that the architecture of the castle is remarkable and has been restored very well, but not enough to make me want to go back.
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