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Museo Nazionale di Villa Guinigi, Lucca
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After a visit to Palazzo Mansi, (both museums available on a combined ticket), which wasn’t as good as it could have been; we approached Villa Guinigi with a little apprehension. We need not have worr... read more »
This is a relatively unknown and unappreciated museum containing a very interesting collection of art. The Gothic and Renaissance pieces are some of the best I have seen in Europe. If you overlook the... read more »
Музей был организован городом в 1924 году. Его собрание разностороннее и качественное. Шедевров нет, но общая экспозиция вполне достойная. С заведениями Флоренции или Сиены, конечно, не сравнится, но…... read more »The Museum was organized by the city in the year 1924. His collection of versatile and high-quality. There are no masterpieces, but overall exposure is quite decent. With Florence or Siena, of course, can not be compared, but ... and who with them beats?))) The Villa beginning 15 century Signora Lucca Paolo Guinidži just gives the impression of its scope. And the simple ease of building boxes too. Similar to the shop. Will be even larger neighbour the great Church of St. Francis. Inside the Villa in the Park exhibited some exhibits archaeological Department of the Museum. Visit if you have time and freedom (see. P.S.). Best regards, Oleg P.S. Very cheered the entrance to the Museum territory-grim and desperate. Zašarkannye the wall of the adjacent lattice fence Barak with a wicket as in the prison, and his villa optimistic views of a few casts. And we still came up with backyards quarter villas, where its territory walls gloomy high fence as in a penal institution. Well, the staff at BCPs met the gaze and cautious views. From this we do too little scared and then saw the same frightened tourists (see. photo)show original
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