The warm welcome you will receive in the churches along the three Verona Minor Hierusalem itineraries, and the works of art you will see will contribute to make your visit a gratifying and enriching experience. Our volunteers, who will greet you at the entrance of every church, have all received interdisciplinary training in first aid and safety, history, art, foreign languages ​​and, for those interested, even spirituality, so as to be able to understand the different needs of Italian and foreign visitors, and to support them in a visit as personalized and engaging as possible.

A variety of technological and digital tools – tablets, for example – will allow you to embark on a real experiential journey, that will make even the invisible become visible. However, technology does in no way substitute, but only support the welcoming presence of our volunteers: it helps them to better interact with visitors and make works of art accessible to everyone, including those with physical and cognitive disabilities.

Soul of the matter

Urban pilgrimages


Experiential visits

Making the invisible visible

"widespread" museum

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