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Cervara Benedictine Abbey - Liguria

Cervara combines reality with imagination, and history with legend; a rare concentrate of wonders similar to that kept in the Benedictine Abbey, is hard to find.

The structure includes the church of San Girolamo, a beautiful quadrangular cloister, a watchtower built to guard the area from attacks, a wonderful Italian monumental garden overlooking the sea and a beautiful botanical garden filled with the scents of Florentine lemon trees and Chinese mandarin oranges.

The Cervara Abbey, located in Santa Margherita Ligure on the Gulf of Tigullio, is member of ADSI (Association of Hystorical Italian Buildings).

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Michelangelo's secret room

Did you know that Michelangelo had a secret room inside Florence Cappelle Medicee?

It was just 2x7 meters with one window; here he have create a lot of drawings on his old works and new projects, all of them were discovered  in 1975 by Paolo del Poggetto during some refurbishment works.

The room is never been open to the public, but now the world can see this amazing secret! In 2020 you'll can see the works that Michelangelo did during his prisonery for surviving at Medici's revenge.