“The Santa Rosa Machine is a work of art promoting peace”

May 28, 2024, by Davide Brandi

Tajani at Palazzo dei Priori for a meeting on UNESCO: “The Santa Rosa Machine is a work of art promoting peace”

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VITERBO – Important presence of Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani in the capital of Tuscia for a conference organized by the Municipality to talk about UNESCO heritage, cultural diplomacy and the role of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in promoting the Italian identity in the world.

The prefect Gennaro Capo, the mayor Chiara Frontini and the president of the Province Alessandro Romoli brought institutional greetings. Also addressing the UNESCO theme were the creator and coordinator of the Network of Large Shoulder Machines and responsible for UNESCO recognition Patrizia Nardi and the president of the Sodalizio Facchini di Santa Rosa Massimo Mecarini, who focused on the experience of the Peace Machines project for the tenth anniversary of UNESCO recognition and on the importance of promoting, enhancing and passing on the important traditions linked to the identity of the territories.

“The Santa Rosa Machine summarizes the identity of Tuscia, it is a work of art that sends messages of peace”. Tajani’s comment.

“Unesco is a challenge and an important commitment that involves territories and institutional subjects. UNESCO means cultural heritage as a tool for dialogue and comparison. It also means using this cultural status to achieve the true objectives of UNESCO, promoting dialogue between people”. So Patrizia Nardi.

“We are a peace machine and we carry tradition, history and faith on our shoulders.” The center of Massimo Mecarini’s intervention.

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