The building contains vast underground spaces, commissioned and built from the second half of the 14th Century, that still intrigue today. These spaces are divided and many are principally used for complementary and dynamic events enhancing the vitality of the museum, including: lectures, screenings, performances, and exhibitions. All that in the most concrete interpretation always held by Marino Marini of his art was that it was to be an occasion for encounters, life, humanity, and cultural engagement.

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