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medieval castle wedding

posted by on December 22nd, 2010

Hidden by vegetation or in positions that dominate the valleys, medieval castles in Umbria and Tuscany can make your wedding dream come true.

Who among us has not dreamed of becoming the Queen or King of a castle for one day?

Medieval castles can recreate the perfect location for any type of wedding reception you have in mind, ensuring memorable photographs in private corners between the walls lit by the fire for traditional weddings.

A wedding in a castle can be ideal for a Medieval themed wedding, with guests and waiters in period costumes.

A Medieval castle is also the ideal wedding location for a stylish wedding reception.
The choice of two dominant colors, such as white and black, could provide the starting point for many details of your wedding, such as themed décor, flowers, candles menu’s, wedding favors etc..

For any setting you want to recreate, it is necessary to study in detail menus, flowers, lighting, music, wedding cake to create a homogeneous and high-impact reception.
To achieve this, it’s important to work together with an experienced and professional wedding planner, who can make sure that all the details for your wedding abroad are taken care of and ensure that bride and groom are the King and Queen of the castle that day.

Castello Ducale     I Palazzi Casale     Il Maniero

MAXXI National Museum of XXI Century Arts

posted by on December 13th, 2010

Designed by Anglo-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid, MAXXI National Museum of XXI Century Arts, is the first national museum of contemporary art and architecture in Rome.

Its innovative and spectacular design, built in Flaminio district, create an ideal space in which creativity is expressed by artists and architects.
The first exhibition of the permanent collection of the two museums, art and architecture, is called SPAZIO. It will host more than 300 works of art from Gerhard Richter, Andy Warhol Anish Kapoor.

Visit MAXXI museum website