Some weeks ago, at the end of 2016, something called Fate led me to a truly amazing Italian story. I was visiting Lecce when I ended up at the “Museo Archeologico Faggiano” where I spent a few hours with the person that created, not without difficulty, this fascinating private foundation.
I came home and I decided to share this truly Italian story with you. “Latitudes Life”, the exquisite online magazine I write articles for, accepted to publish the adventure. Before my article, the “New York Times” spoke about it some years ago.
Please share the links below with your contacts. I believe places like “Museo Faggiano” and people like Signor Luciano and his sons make this country unforgettable.
Don’t you think this story could become a great movie?
- Link to the Italian article on Latitudes Life: http://www.latitudeslife.com/2017/01/lecce-museo-archeologico-faggiano/
- Link to the “New York Times” article (April 2015): https://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/15/world/europe/centuries-of-italian-history-are-unearthed-in-quest-to-fix-toilet.html?_r=1
- Link to the officiale page of “Museo Faggiano” (English version): http://www.museofaggiano.it/en.html