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Nice – Exhibition features Italy’s UNESCO sites, with the focus on Piedmont

All eyes on Piedmont at the opening of the exhibition on “Italian UNESCO World Heritage Sites: a journey in 50 Images”, organised by the Italian Consulate General in Nice, the Italian Cultural Institute of Marseille and the association for Italian World Heritage assets. The recently included Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont: Langhe-Roero and Monferrato took pride of place in the exhibition.

Consul General Serena Lippi underscored Italy’s distinguished record, with the highest number of UNESCO sites in the world, along with 6 manifestations of intangible cultural heritage. Read more, in Italian