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Casa Carbone, Lavagna

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  • interesting because the house shows how a bourgeois family lived between the late nineteenth century and twentieth century destination. There are many paintings, furniture and other objects which, alt...  more »
  • Definitely it's worth a visit even if you need to leave the beach! I did love watercolors and puppets but the all flat is pretty amazing...  more »
  • A little gem especially for the ideas offered by bequests from Kathryn Cameron: puppets, cameras, collections of ceramics.
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  • F.A.I. Museum of the legacy of the family coal. Ancient villa with furnishings and ornaments of the early twentieth century. Indoor garden well maintained.
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  • An excellent talk about conservation of a site that otherwise would be lost, dismembered to reuse the building in the center of the Board. A House of wealthy burghers of the last century, preserved and frozen at the time of their departure. There are the original furniture, utensils and objects of daily life. Very nice and well kept grounds, often visited separately.
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  • Beautiful garden. A little oasis in the heart of the city. Visit the House is like stepping into a parallel dimension that takes you back in time.
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  • Interesting historical evidence
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