Italian renaissance

Illumination initiatives launched by Luce per l'Arte (Light for Art), a department of ENEL (the national electricity board), and ACEA, Rome's electricity service provider, are revivifying Italy's ancient past. In Tuscany, 14 churches are the beneficiaries of Progetto Lumina, devised by the local government's cultural department and Luce per l'Arte. Artistic masterpieces in the most important Tuscan churches are now safeguarded--and are shown at their best--by the new lighting.

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