The battle of the Metauro di Agrà: A work of contemporary street art that celebrates history and art
A mural of over 100 meters that mixes artistic mastery and historical references, paying homage to the masterpieces of Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo
The mural in Cerbara , a small Italiantownnear Fano , is a significant work of contemporarystreet art .
The artist Natale Patrizi , better known as Agrà , created the work which extends over 100 meters and is three meters high. The mural is located along a canal of the Metauro River , but the theme represented is not clear from the summarized section of the source.
However, it is known that the artist created some art prints reproducing the battle of Metauro, which will be exhibited during the exhibition "La Battaglia del Metauro" organized by the Pro Loco Piagge in collaboration with the Municipality of Terre Roveresche and the companies agricultural Warriors and Florins .
The aim of the exhibition is to create a widespread display across the hills, telling the story of the battle and showcasing the beauty and triumph of the region