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Camera di San Paolo, Parma
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  • Not open to the public for many years, this former residence of the Abbess offers rooms with frescos and works of Correggio of incredible beauty. Small place and definitely less traveled, but a little gem that I highly recommend. Next, very interesting, also the puppet Castle, a collection of puppets from the highest level and that will appeal to children (and adults).
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  • 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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  • The House of the Abbess or Camera di San Paolo is an environment of the former Monastery of St. Paul in Parma, famous for having been painted in 1518-1519 by Correggio. The decoration includes the vault and the cowl cover, and focuses on the theme of the goddess Diana. The room was originally part of a complex of six rooms, which were the personal apartment of the Abbess Giovanna da Piacenza. The time want to imitate a Pergola opened on the sky, turning then the indoor environment in a garden illusory.
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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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