Art and music
UniCredit has a long tradition of supporting culture, including art and music, as a way to promote social and economic growth, as well as generate a dialogue on innovation, fostering social cohesiveness and a sense of belonging.
We actively support our local communities through relevant cultural initiatives, including select partnerships and sponsorships.
The historic buildings
Our artistic heritage also consists of prestigious historic buildings. Buildings representative of our history and our territories, which have come to us thanks to the care over the years, the recovery and enhancement of the legacy of the past and of the cultural heritage. Every year in Italy some of these are exceptionally open to the public on the "Invito a Palazzo" day organized by the Italian Banking Association - ABI.
In 2020 "Invito a Palazzo" is presented in a completely digital way and UniCredit will participate with three virtual tours.
Milan, UniCredit Tower
Torre A, piazza Gae Aulenti, 3
The tallest skyscraper in Italy designed by the architect César Pelli
Rome, Palazzo de Carolis
via Lata, 3
Built between 1714 and 1728, by the architect Alessandro Specchi
Milan, Historical Archive UniCredit
via Livio Cambi,1
To celebrate a 150-year history