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Fondazione Giovanni Pascoli, Barga

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The Pascoli house-museum is close to the entry of our resort Il Chocco. Car has to be parked on the parking spot near pizzeria "Zi-Meo". Then you have to walk up to the hill through the metal gate. Th...  more »
  • The beautiful house where Giovanni Pascoli spent his holidays and where the sister died was completely restored and retains the original furnishings. Accurate the science part, which aims to promote the study of the poet. There are numerous events annually. To visit.
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  • My partner is a native of San Mauro Pascoli why visiting this House could really jump and in my opinion it's worth it because the House is really well kept driving (a very young boy) bravo! mezz hour passed in a beautiful setting the Council
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  • Not just a Museum! The home of famous poet as it was when he lived. Nothing has changed! Upon entering this home it seems to take a real journey back in time. Spectacular views from the House towards the land of Barga. Highly visited by school groups and tourists.
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  • I visited many homes "famous" and found, in most of them, they look very Museum (see the Greek House or that of Pirandello). Here it seems that the poet will be released at any moment to recite a prose ... ... very impressive site!
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