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Palazzo Tozzoni, Imola
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  • Beautiful building of 700 where family history is well preserved in many exhibits. Very nice and impressive entrance hall prepared for the event of the bacchanal.
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  • Is not just a Museum, is a House with all the furnishings as they were left by the previous owners. At the end of the visit seems to have known, that he sat down with them to chat in one of the many lounges. Everything is tinged by a subtle melancholy of passing time, and wisdom of those who have bequeathed a testimony so important. Not to be missed.
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  • Although little known, the palazzo Tozzoni worth a visit! Kept in excellent condition. The staff gets five stars for their kindness and for the excellent guide. Interesting history of the doll, although children was disturbing. Highly recommended!
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  • I visited the Palace on 25 April and was fascinated by furniture and how it is preserved. In my opinion beautiful worth a quick visit to a blast from the past. Extraordinary library. There is also a combined ticket with the rock we paid very little. To see
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  • House Museum with several well preserved furniture
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  • Very interesting with furnishings and original documents of Imola of 700
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  • Address via Garibaldi 18-40026 Imola Palazzo Tozzoni is an ancient Palace of Imola, situated in Via Garibaldi 18, already Tozzoni family. Donated to the city by Sophie Serristori Tozzoni in 1978, from 1981 has been transformed into a museum. The building still preserves furniture, furnishings and mementos of the family to which it belonged. Story was built on three floors by Domenico Clovers in the first half of the 18th century, in late Baroque style. The staircase is adorned with sculptures by Francesco Janssens. ↑ Go to top section Features the most important are the "Red Lounge", which includes the picture gallery with portraits of Tozzoni, the "room of the alcove", characterized by the Rococo style and the "Pope's lounge", so named in honour of Pope Benedict XIV. The library, rich in ancient volumes, and the family archives are located on the ground floor. The collection of paintings includes approximately 170 paintings, mostly of opera artists in Bologna or Rai. The oldest date back to the 16th century
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