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Museo Nazionale d'Abruzzo - MUNDA, L'Aquila
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Il trasferimento obbligato di alcune opere, più di un centinaio circa, dal pericolante Forte Spagnolo, dove aveva sede il Museo Nazionale d'Abruzzo, all'Ex Macello di Borgo Rivera, dietro alla chiesa ... read more »Forced transfer of some works, more than one hundred, from unsafe Spanish Fort, where was located the Museo Nazionale d'Abruzzo, the former slaughterhouse of Borgo Rivera, behind the Church of San Vito and the Fontana delle 99 cannelle, allowed to review some of the most beautiful masterpieces of this land. Simple layout, with an excellent lighting of 4 exhibition areas, the Museum is very pleasant and rich selection of artistic culture of Abruzzo. Not to be missed!show original
Ho visitato la nuova sede del museo nazionale per caso, infatti il mio obiettivo era la fontana delle 99 cannelle, e tra il parcheggio e questa c'è il museo, ricavato nell'ex macello. L'allestimento è... read more »I visited the new home of the National Museum by chance, in fact my goal was the fountain of 99 spouts, and between the parking lot and this is the Museum, housed in the former slaughterhouse. The staging is minimalist, I'd say, I'd rather have something that reveals more about the various cultural phases that developed over time. Then the usual group of employees that no one knows they do. ..show original
Il museo nel suo nuovo allestimento è molto carino, peccato che è piccolino, concentrato per l'appunto. Il personale è sempre gentile e disponibile alle spiegazioni.The Museum in its new layout is very nice, pity it is small, concentrated precisely. The staff is always friendly and helpful explanations.show original
Gianluca MainieroAfter more than six from the 2009 L'Aquila earthquake, from December 2015 the works of the Museum, first hosted in Spanish Fort, can now be admired in the former slaughterhouse.show original
Fera TerAmount of unexpected drug works. Filled with works from various historical periods, more or less known, recovered after the earthquake and remodeled. A true poetry for the eyes. Remarkable, also, the revaluation of spaces that were previously used as a slaughterhouse. Completely renovated, very interesting. Only downside: some works are not lit in the best way then, reflecting the light, are not fully appreciated.show original
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