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Camera di San Paolo, Parma
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  • I didn't know what to expect exactly, but I must say that I enjoyed it. Notable paintings. To see. Entry costs 2 euros and it's worth it all.
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  • A trip to the Renaissance City, very nice and informative. The House of the Abbess impresses with the colors
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  • Visiting Parma one cannot stop at the Camera di San Paolo. The visit takes a half hour where you can admire some remarkable things. From the previous room wooden choir carvings to the frescoes that adorn the ceiling of the bedroom of the Abbess.
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  • I love this place. It is worth a visit.
  • You enter the structure from a pleasant tree lined drive immediately to the rooms of the Abbess Giovanna da Piacenza where he remains amazed by the extraordinary pictorial decorations by Correggio which this fresco, fully mature humanistic language officially introduces in Parma. Absurd continued closures that make it extremely difficult to visit to the occasional tourist arriving for a day in town. @gargio76
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  • Must in the city, you will envy the Abbess who was none other than the master Correggio as a Decorator of your staff breakfast nook! Unfortunately poorly signposted and invisible on the road, the entrance to be found to the right of the garden; the bgt has a ridiculously low price and you will find it closed on Sun and Mon.
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  • For lovers of art and emotion. Only 2 rooms, but worth the trip. Attention to these times.
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  • The path in the rooms is very short, but arrived at the last room, you will be enchanted by the beauty.
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