Galleria Nazionale della Puglia - Girolamo e Rosaria Devanna, Bitonto

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  • Passing through Bitonto (city rich in history and beauty than imagined) I visited this little precious museum located in the fascinating ancient palazzo Sylos-C. There are well exposed many paintings and sculptures from the 16th century until the nineteenth century, with valuable works mainly by distinguished artists of the Neapolitan school, Northern Italy and Northern Europe. The light and the simplicity of the rooms make the visit a joyous moment of serenity and contemplation.
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  • The result of a collection of collecting interesting paintings, especially private houses of the 16th and 17th centuries, although with sometimes uncertain attributions
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  • I "discovered" this gallery thanks to my wife, bitontina doc, what brought me one morning. Low price, extreme kindness and competence and a Museum really interesting, especially in the part dedicated to the 17th and 18th centuries. One of the attendants, friendlier, escorted us out on the terrace where you can admire the Church of San Francesco, the door simultaneously Baresana and and the Angevin Tower. The visit is highly recommended (also to see the lodges of the first floor surrounding the courtyard inside the building).
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  • Nice place
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