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Palazzo Salmatoris, Cherasco
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  • Very nice building and well maintained. Deliciously fragrant all environments, a surprise. Interesting documents
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  • A Palace recovered recently to the glories of eighteenth century houses an exhibition of portraits of Savoy. Good layout, enriched with interesting pieces taken from local stores. A codrialissima.
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  • Finally finished the renovation, now working at full capacity with various exhibitions. From 3 September to October 16, 2016 Palazzo Salmatoris celebrates the historical link Savoy/Cherasco and its 4 centuries of cohabitation with the House of Savoy. The Savoy in fact since 1563 moved the capital of Savoy from Chambéry to Turin and Cherasco became its "military and diplomatic fortress", given its military on this side of the Alps quadrilateral lease. The exhibition will end on 16 October runs then the bond with the territory through the same premises of the Palace and with portraits, busts and historical documents provided by other "dwellings" of Savoy as, for example, Racconigi, the Museum of the shroud or the State Archives of Turin. The building itself is well worth the visit. Beautiful restoration that leaves light antique architectural details like some times and partitions of value as well as the Hall of the dynasty. Upstairs and downstairs premises some exhibitions of modern painters and sculptors including Daniela Evangelists and Silvia M building sculptures using what it takes (to October 9, 2016) the visit is free and every Sunday at 16 hours there is a guided tour of 5 euro (reduced 4 special). The calendar includes some lectures as the September 28 "female figures between paci, wars and treaties" and on 15 October concert for Cherasco. The Palace was built between 1616 and 1620 by John of Abraham Salmatoris, a wealthy silk merchant. According to historical periods being Cherasco a town protected and in a strategic position to accommodate various nobles including Victor Amadeus I and his wife Christine of France. Was even the shroud to hide it in the invasion of the French although then Napoleon signed the Armistice of Cherasco rooms in 1796.
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