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Manifattura dei Tabacchi, Modena

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Manifattura dei Tabacchi is located in Modena. Add Manifattura dei Tabacchi and other attractions to your Modena trip itinerary using our Modena vacation trip planner.
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  • On the occasion of the exhibition at MATA "best albums of our lifetime" I again was able to appreciate the scenery that is coming out from the massive renovation of this first run down area of Modena. As another reviewer has already said, we are truly in full De Chirico! The MATA, the new exhibition space, seems sadly I can't do nothing but stir up controversy about the cost of the exhibitions (which is not my business to know how to evaluate) but it is an opportunity to bring people in this area of Modena, previously neglected. The road taken seems like the right one.
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  • Stroll through the former tobacco factory in Modena is like entering a painting by De Chirico: urban landscape/polished marble and red colors industrial stone chimney, impressive and disturbing shadows. Just missing the baby crossing the street playing with rim. Beautiful metaphysical experience. I recommend at peniches.
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  • The complex of buildings of the former tobacco factory is located next to the train station. Now here is placed at the center of contemporary art, hosts art exhibitions. Actually, everything in the best traditions of postindustrial society.
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