Interactive panel which shows the particular phenomenon of the equinoxes
The Capo di Ponte area, with its town and the City Archaeological Park of Seradina and Bedolina, will host the outcomes of an experimental inclusive design project, which is the result of a workshop on the same subject held in September 2011.
Detail with Pizzo Badile mountain
Thanks to new labels and a number of landscape modifications of the path, visitors can easily discover the archaeology and landscape of the area.
The trail is equipped with a communication system that is simple, effective, multi-sensory, interactive and accessible to all.
Picture of Rock n.1 of Bedolina Park called Bedolina map due to its topographic composition, digital survey overlapping the picture
The Project aims to make places and artefacts accessible to everyone by respecting the differences between people, using them as a tool for inclusion and social integration, and adapting the proposed experience to specific needs. Val Camonica Cave Carvings were recognized as Unesco World Heritage in 1979.
Interactive panel with drawers