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From 9 December for the first time it will be possible to travel from stationary in virtual mode from the classroom or from home. The possibilities offered by new technologies make it possible to bridge the gap and escape from forced confinement, visiting new territories, discovering places and even admiring the collections in museums.

In Fano, the educational operators have prepared two types of proposals with different themes and contents based on age. Guided tours in streaming and distance learning, followed by interactive and creative activities: quizzes, games and feedback that will help educators understand students' degree of understanding. The virtual platform will be agreed with the school and the meetings will last 1 hour.


The virtual guided tours are aimed at first and second grade high schools and groups of adults can also join.
In Fano the visits are transmitted from the Museum of the Malatesta Palace to tell the story and life at the court of Pandolfo III Malatesta, between rules, customs and above all the fine arts, starting with the painting by Giovanni Santi, Raphael's father.
Distance teaching will be declined according to the order and grade of the classes and adapted to the requests of the teachers. Pictures, documents, references and musical links will help the understanding of historical periods, topics and characters.
To get to know the educational offer in detail and meet the operators who will take care of the service, Sistema Museo organizes, in concert with the municipal administrations of Pesaro and Fano, a virtual Open Day, which will be held on the Zoom platform on Wednesday 16 December at 6 pm. To participate, you must register with the relevant contacts, the link to connect to the meeting will be provided via email.
Information on costs, methods of participation and reservations:
Here are our proposals.




The museum opens its doors for virtual guided tours, where educational operators will accompany the classes to learn about fascinating collections and works. At the end of each experience, quizzes, games and feedback will bring the activity to life and help the teacher understand the students' degree of understanding..



  Sede: Museo Archeologico e Pinacoteca del Palazzo Malatestiano
  Classi: Superiori di primo e secondo grado
  Durata: 1 ora circa


The story of the stories that arise from the exteriors of this splendid palace.
Life at court at the center of our research.
But what were the rules and customs of the time we will see together.
Then we enter discovering a doublet by Pandolfo Malatesta.
We pay attention to the details and we will move with care to the present work painted by Giovanni Santi, Raphael's father.
The artistic life continued to be alive even in the seventeenth century thanks to the patronage of bishops - the city was and is an episcopal seat - and religious orders: famous painters such as Guido Reni, Ludovico Carracci, Domenichino and Guercino, Simone worked in Fano in this century. Cantarini and Giovanni Francesco Guerrieri, whose paintings are now found in churches and city museums.




Through distance learning experiential meetings, we can deepen important issues of our Fano heritage.
Moments full of exclusive images, documents, references and musical links that can summarize the knowledge of historical periods, topics and historical characters.
At the end of each experience, quizzes, games and feedback will bring the activity to life and help the teacher understand the degree of understanding of the students.
The experiences will be declined to every order and sensitivity of the students and teachers..



   Classi: Scuole Primarie
   Durata: 1 ora circa


An ancient, very ancient path! A story that starts from the first traces found in Fano of the first settlements: amygdales, chipped flints and arrowheads.
Between Paleolithic and Neolithic up to the evolved Picene era.
Let's discover the daily life of the prehistoric man who lived in these territories.
Cards, quizzes and games to interact with the most ancestral part in you!


Modular meetings on the Fano Romana




   Classi: Declinato ad ogni ordine scolastico
   Durata: 1 ora circa


A very long road, the Via Flaminia, which linked Rome to the ancient Ariminum, sees in its itinerary the birth of a city: the ancient Fanum Fortunae which refers to the Temple of Fortuna around which it would later develop the inhabited area.
Moreover, the well-known Cippo Graccano testifies that the ager publicus of Fano had already undergone a first subdivision at the time of the agricultural laws presented by the tribune Tiberio Sempronio Gracco.
So let's go inside the city and let ourselves be enchanted by its main monuments: the Arch of Augustus, the Walls, the hidden buildings and those that have disappeared!



   Classi: Declinato ad ogni ordine scolastico
   Durata: 1 ora circa


But how did people live in Colonia Iulia Fanestris?
Great characters who passed through these places, such as Augustus and Octavia, wore sumptuous dresses enriched with fibulae, brooches, jewels and very chic shoes.
They went to the baths, took part in symposia full of spectacular dishes and were distracted in the amphitheaters.
And in moments of rest they relaxed listening to adventurous myths ... just like you!



   Classi: Scuole Superiori di primo e secondo grado
   Durata: 1 ora circa


A fascinating story linked to the history of man: the dress that makes the monk a little bit prehistoric!
Oh, yes, from the most ancient eras, passing through the Roman and medieval ones, we arrive at the Renaissance: did you know that inside the museum you can find Pandolfo Malatesta's doublet?
Between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries we see great changes and attention to detail: fabrics, laces, brooches and pearls.
But, beyond the change of clothes over time, we also see how you have fun in the exciting change of clothes during the carnival period ... but why does it happen? Where does this tradition come from?
Let's see it ... and get lost among the colors of the floats and masks.



   Classi: Scuole Superiori di primo e secondo grado
   Durata: 1 ora circa


Marco Vitruvio Pollione and his De Architectura, with his great treatise examines the set of theoretical and practical knowledge acquired in the field of architecture and engineering.
He feels himself the representative and guardian of a long tradition, which he believes has now reached the level of perfection, through the arrangement and codification of the knowledge developed up to then.
Notions of urban planning, materials, temples and public buildings, but also astronomy and war machines, in short, a great knowledge that one thousand and four hundred years later is taken up with both hands by the greatest Renaissance architects.
We also have traces of it here, in Fano! Antonio Sangallo and Francesco di Giorgio Martini up to ... drum roll ... Leonardo da Vinci!
In short, let's explore the rich and powerful thinking of this ancient theorist and how it could have influenced the architecture of the Renaissance up to the present day!