Museum Adriano Bernareggi Bergamo, Bergamo

(3.7/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • Of considerable effect the Trinity of the lot, with a God father to form evanescent, almost a cloud. The painting very worth the visit to this Museum, which also contains the curious statues of women, formerly dressed and worshipped as Madonnas. Interesting (these days) the staff on Longaretti. The Museum could be looked after or before the Church of the Holy Spirit (about 200 meters): practically another Museum (free admission). You could program a visit to another great picture of the lot in the nearest Church of San Bernardino, phoning in Mons. Valter Shovel 035220459.
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  • The Museum is located in the lower town, on the road to the popular route from the lower town to the upper without assistance. The exposition is full of paintings and sculptures of religious subjects, many just curious. The inspection can be easily found one and a half hours.
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  • Adriano Bernaredži Museum is the Diocesan Museum. The entire Exposition is devoted to religion, the history of the cult. Adriano Bernaredži was Bishop of Bergamo in 20 century. Ticket-5 euros.
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  • The Museum is housed in a beautiful building designed by the renaissance architect Pietro Isabello. Retains many paintings by local painters of course only a religious from the churches of Bergamo and its province and many liturgical craft items. I eventually found it a little too didactic and without large canvases with some Moroni ... De gustibus ...
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