The 2020 edition of the FAI Autumn Days is dedicated to Giulia Maria Crespi, who passed away last July. A thousand openings with free contribution are scheduled in 400 cities throughout Italy, organized for the first time in two weekends, Saturday 17 and Sunday 18, Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 October.
The goal is to “sow” knowledge and awareness of the Italian heritage of history, art and nature by accompanying the public, in full compliance with health safety regulations, to discover places that are normally inaccessible, little known or little valued in all regions: a kaleidoscope of wonders in the effervescent proposal of the FAI and its delegates who react with even more energy and commitment, positivity and enthusiasm to the difficult period that Italy is going through.
Historic stately homes, castles, gardens, institutional headquarters, churches, convent complexes and many other “gems” such as villages, private collections, parks, places of production and trade usually reserved for insiders will reveal themselves through unusual points of view and stories that will amaze visitors, satisfying and, at the same time, increasing their desire to know, their curiosity.
Precisely to ensure everyone’s safety, in this delicate moment, it is possible to book visits directly on the Giornifai.it website where it is also possible to consult the program of the two weekends.