Leonardo Da Vinci, an exhibition at Palazzo Mathis in Bra
"The future arrives on time. A brief survey of an ante litteram engineer, Leonardo Da Vinci" is the title of the exhibition that inaugurates Saturday 6 April 2019 at Palazzo Mathis in Bra, at 18.
Former Mayor Pietro Fraire donates precious volumes to the City of Bra 450
The great officer Pietro Fraire, former mayor of Bra for two terms between the seventies and eighties and regional councilor, as well as president of the Cassa di Risparmio di Bra, has decided to donate to the City of Bra his personal library, consisting of a precious book collection of 450 volumes of various contents, above all historical, literary and political. President Biagio Conterno, on behalf of the leaders of the town assembly, communicated this in the municipal council of Bra on Thursday 28 March 2019.
Bra: Palazzo Mathis lights up blue for autism
Also this year the Municipality of Bra adheres to the "World Autism Awareness Day" of the 2 April 2019. On this occasion, for a few days, "blue" lights (symbol color of the initiative) will illuminate the facade of Palazzo Mathis.
Friends of the museums of Bra, the board was renewed
Renewed the management of the cultural association Amici dei Musei in Bra. The architect Roberta Comoglio takes up the baton of the former president of the association, Professor Adalberto Bianchi who remains on the board as a councilor along with Cesare Agnelli, Mirella Ruberi and Marco Terenzi.
Bra, light off temporarily
From today, Thursday 28 March 2019, the traffic light is temporarily deactivated at the intersection of Corso IV Novembre and Via Cuneo in Bra. The provision was necessary to facilitate the flow of traffic along the city artery in conjunction with the work in progress on the “Bergoglio” ascent of Roreto di Cherasco, partially closed to vehicular traffic and heavy vehicles to go up due to an asphalting intervention . The provision will remain in force until the 18 April 2019, date on which the completion of the works on the Bergoglio ascent is expected. Motorists are encouraged to find alternative routes to avoid the most traffic routes. (Municipal Police Bra)
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