Nestled in the foothills of the Italian Alps, in Northern Italy’s lies Damanhur and the Temples of Humankind. Named after the ancient Egyptian city of Damanhur that had been dedicated to Horus ( the Egyptian god of the sky, war and kingship), the Italian community of Damanhur is best known for its treasure trove of resplendent, one-of-a-kind artworks buried deep in the heart of the mountain – The Temples of the Humankind, dubbed by many as the eighth wonder of the world.
Damanhur boasts a colossal, multi-level subterranean architectural masterpiece brimming with magnificent, eye-arresting works of art that celebrate the divine nature of mankind and which are simply beyond compare. The architectural value and artistic beauty of the Temples of Humankind, a collective work of art masterfully created with painstaking efforts, are as undeniable as they are grandiose and awe-inspiring.
Linked by brilliantly decorated tunnels or corridors, impeccably adorned with an eclectic mix of visionary, color-rich and alluring artworks, monumental temples built 100 feet underground on five levels and spanning a whopping 300,000 cubic feet, artfully narrate the history of humanity across multiple planes of existence.
Don’t Miss A Visit To DAMANHUR and the Temples Of Humankind in our Episode 3 of the Arttour International TV Show with Viviana Puello. Thursday June 29th at 5:30 pm EST at MNNHD-SPECTRUM (TWC) 1993 or via LiveStream from outside of New York. Watch our past episodes at atim.tv