At the Sigismondo Castromediano Museum, property of the Province of Lecce, through the exhibition of interesting archaeological finds, it is possible to deepen one’s knowledge of the Salento since prehistoric times and in particular the Messapian and Roman domination.
The art gallery houses paintings dating for the most part from 1400 to 1700.
Since 29 June, it has been hosting the exhibition by Costas Varotsos “Elpís. Prometeo o del sogno infranto di Europa” (Elpís. Prometheus or the shattered dream of Europe”) (curatorship by Giusi Giaracuni and Luigi De Luca) to which the 18 July (11pm) Classical Forms event is connected. The exhibition can be visited until 12 January 2025. Admission is free and includes a visit to the Castromediano Museum every day except Mondays, from 8.30 am to 10 pm.