Who knows what the farmers of the 1800s would have thought of the lands around the Curone River if they had known that it would be their very image that would stand as a cultural symbol of Italy at the 2015 World's Fair. This was thanks to the work of one of the leading exponents of Divisionism, Giuseppe Pellizza from Volpedo, who brought the world into these hills and these hills into the world.
Return Trip to the UNESCO Vineyard Landscape at Milan's World's Fair
No matter how you've heard people define museums, it's unlikely they used the word "fun". And yet, the Barolo Museum of Wine is just that.