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Academia Cremonensis, Cremona
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  • We visited the artisan workshops where violins and violin bows are made. The Academia Cremonensis gave a very interesting account on how the violins and bows are made, and showed us how it was done. T...  more »
  • Cremona is amazing, but this school was our favorite part of our whole trip. It is such an awesome, genuine, unique experience. The Director is so approachable and down to earth, you can call his cell...  more »
  • Who wants to know more about the production of high-quality violins and Violinbögen, should this not miss. We have learned very much about this underrated Arts Massimo Lucchi, son of a famous arch, in the 2-hour tour. Here, the art of the Violinbaus and of the bow making is taught in a small circle and you notice that everyone with heart and soul it is.
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  • We were there for a visit to the beautiful and historic building for a great explanation on the world of violin and bow making, we saw the banks employing the Luthiers and touched their instruments used, admired the crude wooden parts that make up violin ... beautiful experience.
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  • Fabulous place
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