Paestum – Temple of Ceres, Neptune and Basilica – Salerno

Site located in the plain of Paestum, already populated in prehistory and later by the Greeks in the middle of the seventh century BC and from the Romans in 273 BC A careful and meticulous work that has engaged internationally renowned scholars and restorers as demonstrated by the imposing scaffolding designed and designed for the execution of work in inaccessible parts and especially in those curves of the columns of the temples
– 50,000 joints for scaffolding
– 4,500 square meters of conservation and restoration of stone surfaces
– 1,800 stone fragments consolidated and relocated to the original site
– 400 square meters. Of integrations of missing parts
– labor force employed on average about 50 restorers graduated from the Central Institute of Restoration of Rome