The Embassy to the Holy See organized a trip to Otricoli – historical roman town place of origin of many famous works of art, among which stands out the so called “Giove di Otricoli” – dedicated to the Diplomatic Corps accredited to the Holy See and to the Sovereign Order of Malta, kindly hosted for one day by the Minister Counsellor of the Embassy to Italy, owner of a large farm in the area.
The “diplomatic-convivial trip” was joined by H.E. Frà John Dunlap, Lieutenant of the Grand Master, and by some Members of the Roman Curia, architects and passionates about archaeology who shared an informal, cultural moment of relations-building, which gathered in a stunning historcial framework about 100 people, of which 35 Diplomatic Representations coming from 4 Continents.
For the occasion the Embassy edited and printed a dedicated booklet which has been distribuited to the participants.
Order of St John of Jerusalem of
Rhodes and of Malta