Monte Sant’Angelo is preparing to celebrate its two UNESCO awards: on 25 June the Lombard traces of the Sanctuary of the Archangel Michael and on 7 July the ancient beech forests of the Umbra Forest.
8 years have passed since the inclusion of the Sanctuary of San Michele Arcangelo in “The Longobards in Italy. The places of power (568-774 AD) “, site that includes the most important Lombard monumental testimonies existing on the Italian territory and includes, together with Monte Sant’Angelo, Cividale del Friuli, Brescia, Torba-Castelseprio, Campello sul Clitunno, Spoleto and Benevento.
To celebrate the important anniversary, Saturday 22 June, from 7.00 pm, Monte Sant’Angelo will unveil its “treasures”: the museums / monuments of the city will remain open until 11.00 pm with free guided tours by reservation (7.00 pm – 8.00 pm 21-22, for a maximum of 40 people).
In this special “white night” dedicated to cultural heritage will be involved the Norman-Swabian-Aragonese Castle, the TECUM Museums (Treasures of the Micaelic Cult) of the Basilica, the Baptistery of San Giovanni in Tumba (called “Tomb of Rotari”) and the MeTA (Tancredi Ethnographic Museum).
Info e prenotazioni: tel. 0884562062