Palazzo Viti can also be a source of education and dissemination by providing its historic environments for schools and any other scientific structure that repent the potential for events, debates, conferences and also fun historical reconstructions.
An example is offered by the second class of Liceo Classico G. Carducci of Volterra, in 2011, showed themselves adept at reconstructing the relationship between the history of alabaster and family screws.
After presenting the characteristics and history of alabaster, has focused attention on Giuseppe Viti, and his hospitality to King Vittorio Emanuele II on a visit in our city in 1861. Students are then identified themselves in the ‘palace life’ wearing vintage clothes and simulating moments of life.
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