The ancient sixteenth-century castle in the city of L'Aquila, badly damaged by the earthquake of April 6, 2009, after nearly five years is not yet accessible. A short distance away, in the castle park, an auditorium was recently built entirely of wood, designed by architect Renzo Piano and financed by the autonomous region of Trentino. Despite the beauty of this construction, the citizens of L'Aquila does not seem to have appreciated considering it a "foreign body." But the alternative is a closed castle in a park sadly neglected?
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