The Senso Unici (for there are two – one in Rome and one in Florence) are hidden art galleries behind hinged wine racks in the wine cellars of modest restaurants. Discovered by the famed explorer [p2p type=”slug” value=”timothy-clunge-martle”] while looking for a bottle of Chianti that didn’t remove all the skin from the inside of his mouth. The rarity and beauty of the two collections is said to rival the Uffizi and even the Vatican museum. Both now open for public viewing and very well sign posted throughout both cities.
2014-12-28 – 01:27 | By Chasman | | |