The University Residential Centre of Bertinoro is home to a unique collection: the Interfaith Museum.
The Museum was designed to discover and explore the common roots of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Visiting its collection means embarking on a path of openness towards tolerance and dialogue, fundamental elements for the affirmation of shared ethical values.
The lines of the austere Toráh scrolls, the refined etchings of the ancient Bibles, and the elegant curlicues of the Muslim calligraphers talk about values, traditions, the human experience, the world and the relationship with the divine. The Interfaith Museum proudly hosts unique pieces of art that unfold on a journey of rare beauty along the millennial walls of Bertinoro’s castle.