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Museo Diocesano di Milano, Milan

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3.6/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
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  • I visited Sunday afternoon the Museo Diocesano in Milan two years later that I wasn't. I was genuinely impressed. Unfortunately not in a positive way. Clutter, dirty walls so shameful and who have a clear need to be refreshed are not in fact a nice frame to the beautiful exhibits. Dust on many works and the frames of many paintings, such as those along the beautiful staircase. Traces of infiltration that could be erased with a lick of paint are on display behind the wooden sculptures in the collection Machado. Loose plaster and mildew stains in the corridors leading to the section dedicated to liturgical design reminiscent of those that can be found in the basements of private homes. And here I stop because I could continue to list other defects (dust on many works and the different frames paintings, for example). All this is unworthy of a museum which is preparing to celebrate its 15 years and to be dedicated to Cardinal Martini which he personally willed and created. I hope this was of shameful neglect is temporary and due to the lack of a Director since January because otherwise it would be a tragic signal how little interest the Curia and to the Diocese of Milan its prestigious Museum.
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  • I visited the whole Museum at the 21ST Triennial Exhibition of Design, whose circuit includes also the diocese. The exhibition Design Behind Design that will end in September 2016, organized by the Triennale, was very interesting and is divided into several parts: design a religious and social works in humanitarian background and criticism at the company, in particular to certain countries (India, southern Sudan, Liberia, Haiti). With regard to the permanent collection is composed of mainly sacred works from all periods, but the more interesting are the sculptures of Lucio Fontana to see absolutely.
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  • I visited today the 21ST Triennial portion. Very impressive Setup, I could understand with the help of the guides Martina and Maximilian, who were really exellent. They explained the view clearly, enriching your visit with anecdotes, trivia and insights. Great to see people who work with such passion. Visit highly recommended!!!
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  • Peace? Lol. Where's the peace at this place ... Click the link! You'll be glad you did. Little known fact, I robbed just behind the Basilica of two Arabs last night! It is not being so striking cultural? Click to save yourself trouble and don't go away.
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  • I went to the Museum at the Fuori Salone. I was pleasantly surprised, definitely more calmly.
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  • Great location in the Centre of Milan. A haven of peace. Parking absent.
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