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Casa Carducci, Bologna

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  • I jumped the bandwagon yesterday-first Sunday of every month-to visit the House-Museum of Carducci. The entrance is free and in fact the ticket provides access to both the home and at the Museum of the Risorgimento, located on the ground floor. The House Tour is guided and organized in small groups, whereby these Sundays there might be a bit of a wait. The interiors of the House are amazing: it's all in place, beautifully preserved and restored. The rooms are filled with bookcases full of volumes, both Italian and foreign, from 500 to the early ' 900 (there is also one of the first editions of Bran!), and personal items, including his wife. The guide is very helpful and approachable, and the visit does not last overly; However, I believe that the House should be more valued, is very interesting but there is little staff sometimes the organization is somewhat chaotic.
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  • Maybe I'm biased because I love this great poet, but the House is nice. Seems inhabited, well maintained, fascinating. Located just inside the city walls and the complex of s. Stefano is close. Just one question, because in Bologna museums implement the timetable "broken"?
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  • I love literature, poetry, Italian and so on and so on and so forth, these kinds of places has on me an inexhaustible charm. I would move in life. But the point, beyond the fact that ami Carducci 7 years and I still remember his poems learned in grade school with thrill, is that his house looks currently living. Let me explain: it's not a Museum of sorts, or a House like that of many illustrious now empty, bare, cold; far from it. It seems that Carducci there still live today. Is well kept! The rooms are entirely covered by (guess what?) libraries full of books! Let's talk about something like 35 thousand volumes of various languages, size, sizes, all belonged to Campbell and many of them left as he arranged himself. The study and the library rooms cone the nicest, most exciting, full of the poet's personal objects, gifts, busts, paintings of some important personalities with whom he had to do. And everything is stowed away as though he went still using it: pens, letters, memos ... Then there is a smell that saturates the very particular environment, I think the Charter of all those books. Magnificent, you have to feel it is a perfume. Then there are the family photos, the subjects of his wife, including personal ones. I personally I excited me at every step. The guide is a librarian who does such tenderness, a man visibly well prepared and very friendly, but shy. You can see that it is precisely man from studio, just become accustomed to contact with the public. Let them questions, so is very courteous and will surely respond because he knows so many things! Attached to the House, downstairs, a small Museum of the Risorgimento with uniforms, weapons, documents of the time, very cute and enjoyable. We walked free because we had the Welcome Card in Bologna, but without the full price is five euros. I would say more than permissible, indeed. Ah, the library present in the House is functioning and open to the public! Those who want to can see tomi, then also performs this function. I think we'd spend too many afternoons if I lived in Bologna. It's like living in another age between those walls, is really impressive. Strategic recommended, especially for lovers of our unbeatable Italian authors;)
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  • Beautiful experience! La casa di Carducci is well worth a visit, the dwelling has remained as it was at the time of the poet, the guided tour is included in the ticket.
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