From 8 December 2019 to 6 January 2020, Pastori in cammino c/o Villa del Balbianello, Tremezzina loc. Lenno, edited by AIAP Tremezzina (Italian Association of Friends of the Nativity Scene).
Meeting the tradition of the Neapolitan nativity scene and Lake Como with the works of the master Giuseppe Ercolano.
The entrance to the Villa and the Garden is on payment
AIAP Tremezzina is an association that aims to disseminate, pass on and preserve the culture of the nativity scene. Officially established in 2016, it is affiliated to the Italian Association of Friends of the Nativity Scene.
Days and opening hours
from 8 December to 6 January
from 11:00 to 17:00 (last admission 16:00)
closed Monday and Wednesday
Pedestrian access and shuttle service via lake
He is a sculptor from Meta di Sorrento, born in 1976 and always attracted by the most classic and traditional nativity scene, the Neapolitan school of eighteenth-century inspiration.
A master in the most complete sense of the term, he ranges from the creation of classical figures to the execution of entire sets, without neglecting the production of all the accessories, and finally the real sculpture, that of the wood used for the Sacred Statuary.
The deep bond with his land, the traditions, the “aesthetic taste” are the ethical principles of Giuseppe Ercolano, one of the greatest contemporary exponents of the Neapolitan nativity scene.