Thursday 2nd July h. 20:00 (included in the registration fee)
A variety of typical Piedmontese dishes in a beautiful and and elegant late 600’s residence
The first historical data of Villa Sassi date back to the beginning of the 600s and already mention the magnificent park, today unchanged, with the presence of lush vineyards that reached as far as the 1800s.
In 1640 Gian Giacomo Ferraris, besides being the first president of the Senate of Piedmont, was also the first owner of the villa, which in 1748 then passed to Count Giulio Ludovico di Quincinetto, who had the chapel of the Crucifix built in the park.
Bus transport will be arranged by the Symposium Organizing Secretariat.
Delegates and accompanying persons wishing to participate are requested to specify it at the time of registering to the conference.
During the Symposium, additional tickets will be available at the registration desk.
Discover more here: www.villasassi.it
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