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Museo Civico di Asolo, Asolo

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  • Lots of interesting art, artifacts . Current exhibition of Ramabar was fascinating. An hour well spent.  more »
  • In addition to local locations the Museum offers a room dedicated to an important Italian actress Eleonora Duse. In this room you can see personal items and props. In addition, medieval and modern works, the Museum often hosts exhibitions of contemporary art. We were lucky enough to be able to admire an interesting exhibition of Warhol and soon there will be an exhibition dedicated to De Chirico.
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  • beautiful view on andy warhol, to have a nice smattering. the Museum: close-up nice in order, second floor, third floor with some nice piece picture gallery bellina Tange Although potentially interesting. very young but inexperienced and crudino.
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  • Visit pef the Andy Warhol exhibition. Exposure well taken care of for both permanent and temporary exhibitions
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  • Small but very nice. You can find very interesting archaeological finds and the upper floors art exhibitions.
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  • Surprising the statue by Canova and something of Vate
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  • A few things, but well looked after in their exposure, that help to understand the history of this charming town
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  • Small and not suited to exhibitions of art
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