It was amusing when we walked into the exhibit because we were asked if we spoke Italian. 'Un po', said I, 'australiana'. There was silence for a while until one person said 'Inglese'. Then they were keen to point out the things in their book that they knew the English words for. It was one of the most productive bits of communication that we have had.
These elderly people treasured their book and the lady turning the pages wore protective white gloves. It took this group of nine women and one man three and a half years to make this book. Sorry, no photos!
There were several artists at work around the piazzas with works on display.
I still haven't got a photo of the decorated fountain so I am including this one, thanks to Stephania Belfico.
The man in the Super Moon is smiling at Kel again tonight. K is not actually howling in delight but he is very enthusiastic!