Open Mind uses the digital technology to promote the cultural heritage, using a specific framework (web site and the mobile app).
Using a QR-code users can easily discover the multimedial material of the Palace. The framework is conceived for enhance the coverage of the cultural heritage, even for the places that usually receive less attention.
The goal is to highlight and improve the cultural treasure hidden in our beautiful country.
The Baldassini Palace is the first of our series. This Palace was build in the early 1500 from Antonio da Sangallo the Youngher; the palace is located in the old town centre of Rome, in Via delle Cappelle 35, near the Senate Palace and currently is the headquarters of the Institute Luigi Sturzo.