Heading south, you pass Montegabbione before reaching the Scarzuola, a former convent where St Francis is said to have lived in a shack made of 'scarza'; a marsh plant. Experience the dream of Tommaso Buzzi, an ideal city conceived as a stupefying theatrical machine.
Take a walk among statues, quotes and references to classicism, with the mysterious scenography of seven successive theatres. Nestled together in a tufaceous structure, of various proportions and eras, are the Parthenon, the Coliseum, the Pantheon, the Arc de Triomphe, the Pyramids, the Belltower and the Temple of Vesta. You are suspended in time and free to amble as you please. In this scenery, or museum as it were, you can experience a mysterious dream, a dream sculpted in the stone.