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nenne552
Province of Verona, อิตาลี27 ผลงาน
คะแนน 1.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
พ.ค. ค.ศ. 2024 • เพื่อนๆ
Not very accessible place, you cannot arrive by car on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays... and this is not signposted. The route on foot involves a steep descent and subsequent ascent: it is not for everyone. You reach a certain point along a dirt road where everyone parks and you can no longer maneuver. Watch out for fines! Lately there has been a construction site right in front of the building. Not worth it.
เขียนเมื่อ 20 พฤษภาคม ค.ศ. 2024
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ludavast
Concesio, อิตาลี332 ผลงาน
คะแนน 3.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
พ.ค. ค.ศ. 2024 • เพื่อนๆ
Over the years, the chapel has become a true artistic symbol of the Langhe. The chapel was restored at the end of the nineties in a contemporary key by the English artist David Tremlett who took care of the internal part with colors inspired by the earth and by the American artist Sol Lewitt who took care of the external part with the bright colors that distinguish the church.
เขียนเมื่อ 19 พฤษภาคม ค.ศ. 2024
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Patrizia B
73 ผลงาน
คะแนน 5.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
พ.ค. ค.ศ. 2024 • เดินทางคนเดียว
In reality it would be the Brunate Chapel. It is located in the middle of the Barolo vineyards, to get there by car only on weekdays, on weekends only on foot, the beauty of it is also this, that is, walking through the vineyards and finding this colorful chapel, a pleasure for the eyes.
เขียนเมื่อ 8 พฤษภาคม ค.ศ. 2024
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Skysere29
โรม, อิตาลี1,525 ผลงาน
คะแนน 4.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
ก.พ. ค.ศ. 2024 • คู่รัก
The exact road to get there is the one that crosses the vineyards, where you can park a few hundred meters away (due to a construction site right in front of the chapel).
It has never been consecrated and is closed to the public, it is possible to see the interior from the small window.
เขียนเมื่อ 10 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2024
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Elena G
Collegno, อิตาลี30 ผลงาน
คะแนน 1.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
ม.ค. ค.ศ. 2024 • เดินทางคนเดียว
Nothing much.
Difficult uphill road that fills with mud and ice in the rain. Impossible to reach on weekends or holidays due to a crazy access ban for non-residents. If it were at least easy to reach I would understand it, but it doesn't make sense. The place is closed and currently surrounded by a construction site so it's not even worth the trouble to get there to take a photo. A ruin recovered and painted. That's all.
เขียนเมื่อ 7 มกราคม ค.ศ. 2024
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Dario
Gussago, อิตาลี176 ผลงาน
คะแนน 4.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
ม.ค. ค.ศ. 2024 • ครอบครัว
Visited on a rainy day, we arrived by car. beautiful landscapes, cute little colorful church, nothing fantastic.
เขียนเมื่อ 5 มกราคม ค.ศ. 2024
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ced89
เมนตัน, ฝรั่งเศส562 ผลงาน
คะแนน 4.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
พ.ย. ค.ศ. 2023 • ครอบครัว
Not easy to find in a narrow street that leads to Morra. Beautifully colored chapel in the middle of the vineyards and which offers a beautiful view of the village of La Morra
เขียนเมื่อ 12 พฤศจิกายน ค.ศ. 2023
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jacopo f
11 ผลงาน
คะแนน 4.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
ต.ค. ค.ศ. 2023 • ครอบครัว
It's worth seeing but I highly recommend going during the week, too much chaos on weekends, it wouldn't be possible to go by car but many do, with strollers or small children it's not very easy. If you pass by there, it's nice to stop, if you're leaving specifically to see it, even if not, there are a thousand beautiful places to see around
เขียนเมื่อ 23 ตุลาคม ค.ศ. 2023
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Michela901
มิลาน, อิตาลี112 ผลงาน
คะแนน 3.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
ก.ย. ค.ศ. 2023 • คู่รัก
The chapel (deconsecrated) is located in La Morra, and one of the main attractions of the Langhe. We visited it over the weekend, and... we found it closed, so we contented ourselves with admiring it from the outside and taking a few usual photos. It is definitely worth a visit if you find yourself along the way, but don't expect anything 😌
เขียนเมื่อ 22 กันยายน ค.ศ. 2023
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ErikPavese
อาสติ, อิตาลี22 ผลงาน
คะแนน 1.0 จาก 5 แต้ม
ก.ย. ค.ศ. 2023
This review is in the original ITALIAN language, also translated into ENGLISH at the request of the user in order to be able to warn as many people as possible.

This review is in the original ITALIAN language, translated into ENGLISH at the request of the user in order to be able to warn as many people as possible.

The Brunate Chapel, built in 1914 as a shelter for vineyard workers, was renovated by the artists Sol LeWitt and David Tremlett in 1999 at the behest of the Ceretto family and has today become one of the best known and admired buildings in the area.

The ideal route to reach the Brunate Chapel starts from the center of the town, passing through Via Roma and venturing through the vineyards, passing through Strada Fontanazza and Borgata Cerequio for a 3-kilometer route among the hills. People, be they Italians or tourists, will arrive within 500 meters of the Chapel and will find themselves in the middle of a vineyard, with a dirt and dusty road surface, and will see in front of them a sign indicating a ban on traffic on Saturdays. is Sunday. You are therefore invited to leave your motorbike, car, bicycle, means of transport... in the middle of a vineyard, without demarcated parking spaces and without adequate security for the passage of tractors and agricultural work vehicles.

Like everyone else, around 12 vehicles including motorbikes and cars in our episode, we avoided behaving in this way for the safety reasons mentioned above and also because the motorbike in our possession was rented for the day, since the idea was to spend a day of holiday on a Vespa in the Langhe. You can also see from Google Maps that near the Chapel there is a large car park, convenient for the visit and safe for the transit of vehicles, so we proceed deliberately and with justification beyond the prohibition sign. Arriving in the car park we found a patrol of the Local Police of La Morra who was intent on fighting crime in the following way: any vehicle in the vicinity was stopped, queued up and unquestionably fined with a fine of €87.00 reduced to €60.90 if paid within 5 days following the dispute, with the justification that the Municipality of La Morra has issued an ordinance to protect the passage of agricultural vehicles and to protect the tranquility of residents.

We have already paid the fine, aware from the beginning of the error committed even if personally justified. I attach to the review a photograph of the report as tangible evidence of what was written. However, I want to make a reflection that I sincerely hope as an Italian and a Piedmontese can be read by tourists, visiting compatriots, residents of the area, local activities but above all by someone belonging to the local administration. This vision, which leads to "trapping" passers-by with a barbaric method... is not aimed at promoting tourism in the Langa. It is not aimed at protecting safety, at least at protecting the tranquility of residents since 75% of the structures present in the concentric area of the Chapel are only agricultural settlements and old ruins, which are, among other things, poorly preserved. It makes me think, given the methods of conduct by the Local Police, that this vision of the Administration is aimed only at economically feeding the tourist in a way that is not at all related to typical Italian hospitality. It is an excellent way to entice tourists never to return to those places, to that vineyard, which without a work of this caliber would probably be invisible to the world given the difficulties in getting there. The road, I repeat, is dirt and dusty, with a truly notable slope and without parking spaces along its route. A very large parking area has been created right near the Chapel, which should therefore be valorised, perhaps even with the positioning of an automatic pay station if you really want to profit from this artistic work, but not by making it a funnel for fining tourists. In support of what has been written, an article was published on 20 March 2022 in Torino Oggi entitled "Sol Lewitt Chapel, La Morra and that desire to make money with fines" in which it is indicated that tourists are fined even if they park along the street and not just within the parking lot where they have fined all the people in our history. It is therefore really difficult to believe the justifications of the Police Officers, however friendly and professional, who simply explained their job to us: following orders. But these orders must be contested by citizens and people if there is no good faith.

I hope that by reading these lines tourists can be warned, attentive but above all that they can enjoy their visit to the Langhe without having their mood ruined by this type of event, as happened to us; I hope that the residents and activities of the area will carry on this battle in making usable a place that should be freely open to all and convenient to services; I hope that the Administration gets tired of reading newspaper articles, negative reviews, complaints and takes note of what has been ordered, in order to reverse course and improve things for the town of La Morra. A fine of €60.90 is priceless, because if the tourist has had a bad experience they will not return and will not recommend the attraction as they should.

The Brunate Chapel, built in 1914 as a shelter for vineyard workers, was renovated by the artists Sol LeWitt and David Tremlett in 1999 at the behest of the Ceretto family and has today become one of the best known and admired buildings in the area.

The ideal route to reach the Brunate Chapel starts from the center of the town, passing through Via Roma and venturing through the vineyards, passing through Strada Fontanazza and Borgata Cerequio for a 3-kilometer route among the hills. People, be they Italians or tourists, will arrive within 500 meters of the Chapel and will find themselves in the middle of a vineyard, with a dirt and dusty road surface, and will see in front of them a sign indicating a traffic ban on Saturdays and Sundays. You are therefore invited to leave your motorbike, car, bicycle, means of transport... in the middle of a vineyard, without demarcated parking spaces and without adequate security for the passage of tractors and agricultural work vehicles.

Like everyone else, around 12 vehicles including motorbikes and cars in our episode, we avoided behaving in this way for the safety reasons mentioned above and also because the motorbike in our possession was rented for the day, since the idea was to spend a day of holiday on a Vespa in the Langhe. You can also see from Google Maps that near the Chapel there is a large car park, convenient for the visit and safe for the transit of vehicles, so we proceed deliberately and with justification beyond the prohibition sign. Arrived in the parking lot we found a patrol of the Local Police of La Morra who was intent on fighting crime in the following way: any vehicle in the vicinity was stopped, lined up and unquestionably finished with a fine of €87.00 reduced to €60.90 if paid within 5 days following the dispute, with the justification that the Municipality of La Morra has issued an ordinance to protect the passage of agricultural vehicles and to protect the tranquility of the residents.

We have already paid the end, aware from the beginning of the error committed even if personally justified. I attach to the review a photograph of the report as tangible evidence of what was written. However, I want to make a reflection that I sincerely hope as an Italian and a Piedmontese can be read by tourists, visiting compatriots, residents of the area, local businesses but above all by someone belonging to the local administration. This vision, which leads to "trapping" passers-by with a barbaric method... is not aimed at promoting tourism in the Langa. It is not aimed at protecting safety, at least at protecting the tranquility of the residents since 75% of the structures present in the concentric area of the Chapel are only settlements of an agricultural nature and old ruins, among other things poorly preserved. It makes me think, given the methods of conduct by the Local Police, that this vision of the Administration is aimed only at feeding the tourist economically in a way that is not very aggregated to the typical Italian hospitality. It's a great way to entice the tourist to never return to those places, to that vineyard, which without a work of this caliber would probably be invisible to the world given the difficulties involved in getting there. The road, I repeat, is dirt and dusty, with a truly notable slope and without parking spaces along its route. A very large parking area has been created right next to the Chapel, which should therefore be enhanced, perhaps even with the positioning of an automatic cash machine if you really want to profit from this artistic work, but not making it a funnel for fining tourists . In support of what has been written, an article was published on 20 March 2022 in Torino Oggi entitled "Chapel of Sol Lewitt, La Morra and that desire to make money with fines" in which it is indicated that tourists are fine even if they park along the street and not just within the parking lot where they have ended up all the people in our history. It is therefore really difficult to believe the justifications of the Police Officers, however friendly and professional, who simply explained their job to us: following orders. But these orders must be contested by citizens and people if there is doubt of bad faith.

I hope that in reading these lines tourists can be warned, attentive but above all that they can enjoy their visit to the Langhe without having their mood ruined by this type of event, as happened to us; I hope that the residents and activities of the area will carry on this battle in making a usable place that should be freely open to all and convenient for services; I hope that the Administration gets tired of reading newspaper articles, negative reviews, complaints and takes note of what has been ordered, in order to reverse course and improve things for the town of La Morra. At the end of €60.90 it is priceless, because if the tourist has had a bad experience he will not return and will not recommend the attraction as he should.
เขียนเมื่อ 11 กันยายน ค.ศ. 2023
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