Arch by Giuseppe Penone in front of Gallery of Modern Art (GAM)

"In Limine" by Giuseppe Penone is a bronze replica of a lime tree raised on a white marble sculpture.

The arch has been inaugurated by President Napolitano in march 2011 during the 150th anniversary of Unity of Italy celebrations.


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