Corridoio Unesco

Corridoio Unesco

The project aims to enhance, connect, and open up to the city the museum spaces linked to the Roman-Longobard archaeological area of Brescia, which holds extraordinary historical and architectural significance. The goal of the Corridor is to create a route that, during museum opening hours, connects the Capitolium Temple, the Roman Theater, and the Santa Giulia complex, making the sites accessible to all individuals, including those with disabilities. Five areas of intervention have been identified, which until now have been in precarious conditions, linked by the route: the access to the Roman forum, the ticketing area, the entrance to the Roman amphitheater, the cloister of the Church of San Salvatore, the courtyard of Santa Maria in Solario, and the open space of the Viridarium.

2500 years in a kilometer:

a monumental walk

With the opening of the Corridor, the UNESCO site is presented for the first time as a single, uninterrupted museum area



Roman Archaeological Area in Brescia - Italy


Built 2023


Brescia Musei Foundation

Total area

1870 sqm

Built area

1034 sqm


Definition of the UNESCO corridor for connection and enhancement of the Capitolium Archaeological Area, Roman Theater, and Santa Giulia Museum Complex

Architectural Design
Botticini + Facchinelli ARW

Project Team
Arch. Maddalena Gatti, Arch. Liliya Kachanyuk

Project Management
Botticini + Facchinelli ARW

Project Management Assistant
Geom. Ignazio Marchetti

Structural Consultant
Ing. Giacomo Cavadini

Electrical Systems Consultant
Ind. Diego Fioletti

Landscape Consultant
(Agronomist Gianpietro Bara)

Graphic Design
(Paolo Tassinari, Maddalena Piana)

Construction Company
Bioedil srl part of Co.Pro.La (Consortium)

Filippo Poli + Courtesy of ARW

Project drawings

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Category: Cultural

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