Located on the hill of Vespignano, Giotto’s house has undergone several changes during the centuries: a first repair in 1840 and several other towards the end of the century have altered its original appearance, enriching it with stone panels on the windows and a Gothic main door. After 1919 earthquake, that partially destroyed it, Giotto’s house was restored in 1967 by the Superintendency of Monuments. The “new” Giotto’s house is not a museum, it’s a meeting space and a place for artistic production.
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