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The richness, variety and uniqueness of Italy's cultural heritage has been the highest intellectual expression and creative spirit of our land for over two thousand years of history, as well as the fundamental element of our national identity.

In fact, in the words of the former President of the Republic Carlo Azeglio Ciampi: "It is in our artistic heritage [...] that lies the heart of our identity, of that nation that was born well before the State and represents the highest legitimacy."

Italy, according to UNESCO data, has the largest number of world heritage sites recognized in the world (51 in total including 47 cultural and 4 natural sites) as well as more than 5,000 museums, monuments and archaeological sites, that have generated in 2015 incomes equal to 84 billion euro ("Symbolia" Foundation).

Farmigea is a company historically linked to the territory of Pisa, home to world-renowned artistic monuments and home to great historical figures such as Galileo Galilei and Gabriele D'Annunzio.



For this reason the company could develop a deep sensitivity to the defense and promotion of Italian cultural and artistic heritage.With the aim to express its closeness to the artistic beauties of the Beautiful Country, Farmigea in 2012 has promoted and financed by the FAI (Italian Environment Fund) the campaign "WITH ITALY IN THE EYES", aimed at the restoration of the "Portrait of a Gentleman ", oil painting dating in the nineteenth century, at the Casa Carbone Lavagna (GE).

On the occasion of the 92nd SOI Congress (Italian Society of Ophthalmology) in Rome, Farmigea staff distributed to ophthalmologists a coupon representing the famous "keyhole" of Villa del Priorato di Malta gate, to give back to our booth to contribute to the initiative.

You can see the Aventine Hill and in the distance the dome of St. Peter

Move the bar from the right to the left and you'll see the results of the restauretion work.