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Museum Ivan Bruschi Arezzo, Arezzo

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  • Visiting Ivan Bruschi Museum is a major must-see for people traveling through Arezzo, especially antique lovers. Arezzo's very popular antique fairs were originally promoted by Ivan Bruschi, an antiqu...  more »
  • You enter and you breathe for a cozy yet refined. Definitely reflects the life, taste and the profession of the owner who still looks like sitting at the desk of his library. The objects and furnishings on display are of varied nature. Maybe could use a more rational cataloging and functional but so you would lose that air of "lived daily life" which I believe is a quid pluris to this visit. The findings about this very different eras, starting from the dawn until modern furniture post. Not to be missed is the view over the rooftops and surprises come face to face with the wonderful front columns della Pieve which seems to be touched. 5 euros and 60 minutes well spent.
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  • We were there two days ago. Despite the opening to indicate the 14:00 we had to go around for almost an hour before you have access to it. First bad impact, we pay two tickets but they don't give us no receipt-maybe the guy has forgotten on the counter. Always he apologised he was without notes on exhibitions in the ground floor. To date was plausible, although a business card 5 and she could deserve a little more interest. But the surprise that he influenced the whole visit came after a few steps. On the walls and marble tombstones of all species, sarcophaguses put into a corner then a table where there were people to talk about their business or do not know that. Then numbered showcases full of everything. Impossible to understand, however, what it was about. I had to find someone a little more active man to get some help. A lady has promised to give us the package leaflets inviting us to visit before the upper floors. So we did finding ourselves faced with a similar setup on the ground floor. The leaflet stated briefly the contents of the shelves of the shop Windows and on walls and tables. So it was for the other planes and, before leaving, same thing for the ground floor (this time with the nearly useless package insert. Unfortunately, I must draw conclusions: I do not know who owns the House but would "urgently" an expert in Museum architecture and organization to remake. The first impression you give artifacts even priceless is that it is an antiquarian items displayed for sale. The second impression is that even in an antique shop it follows a logical or thematic, geographic or social or historical; None of this, turns around and struggle to understand where is the piece that is described in the package and after you've figured out you feel that is a priceless Etruscan vase shard or believe value or nature supplies and different times. With how helpful would be out a beautiful Museum (neglecting to point out that it was the home of Bruschi), but for now-but it is my humble opinion-it seems the deposit.
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