Si Trova: sulle rovine di Gibellina
Lat: 37° 47' 20.11958" N - Long: 12° 58' 19.50771" E
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The Cretto di Burri is a modern art work that covers the ruins of Gibellina, which was completely destroyed by the 1968 earthquake.
The mayor Corrao gathered many contemporary artists, including Alberto Burri, who has made the Cretto.
It is entirely made of concrete, and is crossed by cracks that follow the narrow streets of the village.
The Cretto was built between 1984 and 1989 and, with its area of about 8000 square meters, is one of the most extensive modern art works in the world.
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