(AGI) Belgrade, July 20 - The Italian Cultural Institute (IIC) in Belgrade has organised the "Una passeggiata attraverso il patrimonio culturale italiano" initiative, with documentary screenings on Italy's rich and varied cultural heritage scheduled for three different nights in the upcoming weeks. Each screening will focus on one of the Italian peninsula's regions or areas. The first evening on July 21 will be dedicated to Sicily, with three documentaries: "Ortygia" by Carlo De Domenico, which retraces 28 centuries of history of the island of Ortigia, the historic centre of Syracuse; "Occhiola': un presepe dei monti Erei" by Lorenzo Daniele, a journey back in time to the vibrant country town at the foot of the Erei hills through its houses, crooked streets, and churches dwarfed by an imposing medieval castle; and "Neas/Noto" by Gianluca Agati, a presentation of the city of Noto and the nearby archaelogical site of Noto Antica, a place of extraordinary archaeological value and stunning beauty. The focus will be on central Italy on Thursday, July 28, with the documentaries "Via Clodia, strada sacra etrusca?" by Ebe Giovannini, "La donna a Pompei" by Oreste Tartaglione, "Vinum - Storia del vino nell'Italia Antica" by Maurizio Pellegrini, and "Viaggio nell'antica Roma" by Donatella Ansovini. The final screenings on August 4 will be dedicated to Northern Italy: "Lacus Timavi" by Giorgio Gregorio, devoted to the lake closed off in antiquity by a system of perimeters and islands, on which human settlements continuously succeeded each other from prehistory to the 6th century AD; and "Cromazio di Aquileia al crocevia di genti e religioni", also by Giorgio Gregorio, which tells the story of Cromazio, bishop of Aquileia. The Roman colony was founded in 181 BC and became a crossroads of different languages, cultures, and religions. All the documentaries are in Italian, with subtitles in Serbian. (AGI). .