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Casa Museo Boschi di Stefano, Milan
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  • It is a museum that is to learn, beautiful. thousands of memories I have there. I highly recommend it. is an excellent choice
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  • Close to corso Buenos Aires and in a way that is not marked by large buildings, the Palace of the architect Portaluppi hosts on the third floor in the apartment of the spouses Boschi DI Stefano, their colossal collection of contemporary painting (and even a few pieces of sculpture of the same lady). Meritorious the Act of donation of the heirs Boschi Di Stefano to the municipality of Milan, which turned him into the House Museum. Sironi, De Pisis, Carra, Morandi, Fountain, ropes, Martini the authors best known more minor authors, inspired by Picasso. Good didactic apparatus available. Obviously, not all masterpieces (some real jokes), but all very lovely to look at. Also noteworthy is the great work of the volunteers of the Touring Club
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  • Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, to see 20-30 years ' lovers ' x-40. Very nice, you just want to live and enjoy it. I'll return it as soon as you present the opportunity.
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  • Stunning italian art works of 19th century, from a private collection , exposed in their wonderful apartment. Architecture by Caccialupi. Two of the best Fontana cuts are to be seen . Free entrance.
  • Free admission. This bright and charming apartment houses an impressive collection of Italian 20th C. paintings, objets d'art and furniture, including works by Giorgio de Chirico, Piero Manzoni, and Lucio Fontana. The building itself was designed by Piero Portaluppi, probably Milan's most famous architect. Comprising only about 10% of this couple's collection, the works unfortunately do not rotate, and the city of Milan has the rest in storage. The Touring Club Italia holds occasional small concerts and other events there.
  • Nice place for fans
  • Lovely House Museum designed by the architect Portaluppi 0 2 900 at the end of the century. Exposed in the rooms about 240 paintings of famous painters.
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  • A House Museum stops in time: visit and you will be thrown in the early 1900s!
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