The MACO Museum of Oriental Art and Culture organizes study trips every year, guided by scholars and experts, to deepen the knowledge of the customs and culture of the peoples living in Himalayan countries and beyond.

The general objective of the Arcidosso Museum, in organizing this type of activity, is to offer people interested in Tibetan culture, a way to deepen their knowledge through direct experience in the field.

At the same time, these activities represent, for those interested in the Museum project, a way to support it and help make it self-sufficient, helping us to raise funds to carry out future projects.

Lhasa, Barkhor 2017

The Barkhor (pilgrim circuit) is located in the heart of Lhasa and surrounds the Jokhang temple. It was built around 1,300 years ago and developed with the Jokhang Temple. Its origin dates back to the foundation of the Jokhang and is a fundamental "pilgrimage circuit".

Gyantse, Kumbum 2017

Built-in 1440, the Kumbum is a stupa containing 108 chapels on four floors, all finely illustrated by thousands of paintings and hundreds of statues representing Buddhist cosmology.

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MACO Arcidosso

Palazzo della Cancelleria

Piazza del Castello 1

Arcidosso (GR) Italia


PIVA 01064480534