Sabbioneta, the widspread museum, Italy

Sabbioneta was created for Duke Vespasiano Gonzaga in the second half of the 16C and is an extraordinary example of a constructed ideal town, 'a dream turned into stone'. A model of Renaissance urban planning, the town is surrounded by mighty star-shaped walls and has four monumental buildings that belonged to the Prince: Palazzo Ducale, Palazzo Giardino, Galleria degli Antichi and Teatro all’Antica. Added to these is a fine Synagogue, in the old Jewish quarter, testimony to a significant cultural tradition and along an excellent historic-artistic route.