"Santa Maria Museum"


"Santa Maria Museum" Courtesy of Sant'Ippolito town


The Marche are a widespread museum, a network of art towns and historic hamlets which house masterpieces by Raffaello, Piero della Francesca and Lorenzo Lotto, Carlo Crivelli, Rubens and Tiziano. The museum network, Museums in Network Metauro Valley was founded in 2006 with the intent to enter the small and large museums of Metauro Valley, in a single plan to integrated promotion, coordinated by the Mountain Community and aims to attract a greater number of users in museums.
The discovery of these ancient collections of precious relics begins from an ancient road: the urban street running through the Archaeological Park Forum Sempronii, the Roman city of Fossombrone built along the Via Flaminia which runs through the whole territory of province, since 220 BC.
The traces of the Italic peoples, those of Piceno, the Gauls and then the Romans who populated the most beautiful cities of the province, are visible in the archaeological museums of Pesaro, Fano, Fossombrone, Cantiano, Cagli, Acqualagna, Macerata Feltria, S. Lorenzo in Campo, Sant'Angelo in Vado, Urbino. Each municipality jealously safeguards works, artifacts, objects that interact with the local context that surrounds them.
Widespread museum: this is the term coined years ago to promote understanding of the indissoluble millennial relationship that exists between the museum and landscape, the museum and church or abbey, the museum and surrounding villas.

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