The Ravelin art gallery is a multiporpose differentiated cutural complex:
The rivellino: a 1507 autonomous fortress built by the King of France according to Leonardo da Vinci’s plans in order to protect the imposant castle and whose demolished rests were used in the 1530’s to connect the upper Cittavecchia and the lower town. As a result the rivellino remains
an underground all to discover spire.
The Belly of Leonardo, 300 square meters of tall vaulted martial catwalks.
The Roof Terrace: 340 square meters of historic sightseeing wall defences, which will soon open the main entrance to the indoor spaces.
The vernacular house, a fully restored 450 square meters exhibit space on 5 floors, 3 underground, leading to an inner patio and the main entrance to the Belly.
The floreal house: an art deco building offering its exterior walls for various mural arts