Palazzo Romagnoli Forli, Forli

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  • Magnificent display at two steps from the Musei di San Domenico (there is a combined ticket with a small savings). Core the Verzocchi collection, born from the idea of an enlightened entrepreneur in the construction industry and donated to the city on the day of Labor Day 1961. Seventy paintings whose theme work and commissioned for important Italian artists (Guttuso, Vedova, De Chirico and others). Singular requirement for artists to enter into the composition a part with the initials V&D (Verzocchi's company), where he becomes an added fun go to find the bricks in the works. Among other groups of works stand out, in my opinion, the sculptures of Adolfo Wildt, with their sense of strong longing even plastic. A visit not to be missed.
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  • The building has been well renovated, very beautiful frescoes on the ceilings. Worth the visit for the Verzocchi collection that the entrepreneur has donated to the city, some 70 canvases of the most successful artists of the twentieth century, from Guttuso to De Chirico to Bale. Paltry ticket costs
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  • I wasn't really expecting to cca. Everyone talks about san domenico, but I much preferred the romagnolo palazzo. A beautiful exhibition of paintings on the theme of the work, project, which brought together more than a big name in Italian modern painting! impressive! On the first floor a collection joke. The building itself is very beautiful and is a testament to the richness of the forlivese heritage.
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