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Casa Natale di Luigi Pirandello, Agrigento

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  • For anyone remotely interested in the life of this very famous and revered author, Luigi Pirandello, his birth place is worth a stop. (the theatres named after him are not the same place!!). Note that...  more »
  • Beautiful restored theatre located at far end of Via Atenea. Unfortunately no performances in September.  more »
  • This landmark is characterised by the childhood-home and the grave of the artist: beginning and finish; but the description of the life story , the presence of memorabilia and original furniture, curi...  more »
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  • It was closed i couldn't see
  • Place of birth and burial of Nobel Laureate Luigi Pirandello. Easily accessible, not far from the Valley of the temples. A destination for school trips and those interested to the author. Museum set up inside the House and panoramic location with breathtaking view that leads to the place of burial of the ashes of Pirandello.
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  • As native House expect to find anything particularly personal and not just some little letter or otherwise, there are no furniture or personal items. I believe there is little to see. The ticket 4 euro is expensive.
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  • Not much to see other than some writer's manuscript
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  • Shame ... House Museum closed! That's how you increase culture and knowledge?
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