Brufa, a small village and open-air museum

Feb 12, 2019 240

Brufa is a small village in the municipality of Torgiano, Umbria, with a population of only 600 people and an enviable location on the hills facing Perugia, Foligno and Assisi. Since 1987, its rural landscape – shaped and transformed over the centuries by olive groves and vineyards – is home to art project “Scultori a Brufa. La strada del vino e dell’arte” (“Sculptors in Brufa. The wine and art road”), which has formed a beautiful itinerary around sculptures by contemporary artists from Italy and abroad.

Over the years, the town has turned into an open-air museum, in which every piece of art contributes its beauty to the surrounding environment – without altering its peculiar value, but instead creating a new natural and cultural itinerary within its context.

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