The "Terre Moti" (Earthquake) exhibition has been inaugurated at the Sacro Convento in Assisi.
On Tuesday, April 10th the "Terre Moti" (earthquakes) exhibition was inaugurated at the Basilica of Saint Francis. The exhibition was designed to provide an opportunity to reflect together on seismic activity and the prevention of its damage, and how to make the lives of those living in territories like Umbria, particularly susceptible to seismic events, more secure. Catiuscia Marini, President of the Region of Umbria, and Paolo Rocchi, architect, university professor, as well as curator of the new exhibit, attended the inauguration. The exhibition was designed by Studio Rocchi and can be found in the Cloister of Sixtus IV, continguous to and behind the Basilica of San Francesco in Assisi. The exhibit will remain open until October 2018. The exhibit offers a series of panels, containing photos and explanatory texts in Italian, along with a short video presentation.