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The monumental sculpture is another one that was realized for the famous exhibition organized in 1962 as a part of the annual festival and dedicated to the “Sculptures in the city”. The black painted steel structure is the work of Alexander Calder, one of the...More
If you arrive to Spoleto via train you'll see the Teodelapio as you leave he train station. You can hire a taxi, catch a local bus, or venture by foot to explore the lower part of Spoleto from this location. You can always catch an...More
The open air sculpture known as 'Teodelapio' cannot be missed out the front of the Spoleto Train Station, the sculpture was designed by the American sculptor Alexander Calder for the open air exhibition in 1962. The name is credited to that of a Duke of...More
You step out of the train station and this is what you see. I think this 1960's modern "art" is hideous. It is gigantic and immediately blocks what would otherwise be a lovely view of Spoleto up on the hilltop. Don't bother going to it.
This sculpture is located just outside of the train station in Spoleto. It is there since the early 1960's but looks a bit neglected now. It's nice to see such a modern sculpture with the backdrop of the old town.