Quod Manet guides are meant for
intelligent travelers, those who are curious
about more than just where to eat and sleep.
We lead you to places that are important in
history, literature and film so that you can see
for yourself what’s become of them. In other words, we show you quod manet, and all for less than the price of a coffee.
why’d you take a picture of that?
Our authors share the fruit of their research to help you understand where to go and what to see. The apps contain maps to guide you and keys to unlock the memories hidden in the places you visit, whether a pagan temple in Rome, the streets where Dante used to hang out, the location where a film was shot or a thousand other things.
It doesn’t matter if other people don’t get
what you’re looking at.
« Quod manet »
Latin. that which remains, what’s left
e.g., ut videretis quod manet
Quod Manet is a new multilingual startup company created for travelers who love literature, history and film. Each of its mobile apps has been crafted by professional researchers – not tour guides – who take you on an entertaining and informative exploration of a subject and a place they’ve studied for years.
Use menus and interactive maps to decide where to go, and learn something cool when you get there. Why listen to memorized boilerplate while following somebody’s flag on a stick? Go at your own pace and do what you want.
This isn’t a free app, but you won’t be pestered by ads or requests for in-app purchases, and no one will ever ask for your private information.
We’re growing fast, so check back frequently for new titles.
This is the only comprehensive and up-to-date guide to Dante Alighieri’s Florence. Explore the city that nourished him, rejected him, and then spent the last several centuries venerating him as Italy’s greatest poet.
The app’s menus and real-time interactive maps lead you to more than 100 points of interest, each within the city center, and literature professors explain them all with intelligence and a sense of humor.
Discover statues, towers, portraits, palazzi and other places related to Dante and his Divine Comedy. Whether you have just heard of him or have been studying him all your life, you’ll see the poet and his city in a whole new light.