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Palazzo della Pilotta, Parma
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The Palazzo della Pilotta is a complex of edifices located between Piazzale della Pace and the Lungoparma in the historical centre of Parma, region of Emilia Romagna, Italy. Its name derives from the game of pelota played at one time by Spanish soldiers stationed in Parma.HistoryBuilt around 1583, during the last years of reign of Duke Ottavio Farnese, it developed around the corridor, a museum dedicated to Giambattista Bodoni Teatro Farnese Galleria Nazionale di ParmaUsing our world travel planner, Parma attractions like Palazzo della Pilotta can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Своей несуразностью - недоделанностью и странностью - только и интересное. Музеи внутри не привлекли, но сам замок любопытный. Его не сомгли достроить так ка кзадумывалось - законились средства. Вокру... read more »Its silliness-nedodelannost′û and strangeness-only and interesting. Museums inside are not caught, but the castle itself is a curious. It does not finish somgli kzadumyvalos′ as-zakonilis′ means. Around the pleasant square. Pass city holidays, navs, for example, medieval festival and children discharged trubačami and drummers, something funny performed. the level of kindergarten, but funshow original
Pinacoteca ricca di capolavori ma per lo più misconosciuta nei circuiti dell'arte. Spiccano capolavori di Correggio e Parmigianino. Imponente corpo di fabbrica in mattoni, originariamente sede dei loc... read more »Picture gallery full of masterpieces but mostly unacknowledged art circuits. Include works by Correggio and Parmigianino. The imposing brick building, originally home of service rooms of the palazzo ducale. The Ducal Palace was destroyed by the bombings of 1944, impressive vestiges remain accesible from the homonymous piazza. The bombing did not spare even the teatro Farnese: hit by unexploded aerial bomb, burst into flames as a result of the kinetic impact. Rebuilt with a philological restoration, pays tribute to the leadership of one of the first indoor theatres of history. It was built to accommodate only one representation, with music by Monteverdi, in honor of the visit of a crowned head of the era. The architecture of the place has its own sumptuous loveliness: impressive buildings, but airy, ventilated by a particular light, shimmering. Opens the spirit to the encounter with the masterpieces of the gallery. Many commentators scandalized for bivouacs workers or women lying in the Sun, in a place that's supposed to be solemn. Get it wrong, because the Majesty of the place overlooks and towers up on the poor things of contemporaneity.show original
Construção impressionante do século 16. O Teatro Farnese também é incrível. Vale a pena visitar
Ruey Wang Yeh
We really liked the environment and the surrounding areas of the palace.
Imposing monument to an era of ducal control. Theater is astounding even though guide told us it had only seen 9 productions! Would have liked to see national gallery but ran out of time
Home to the national gallery! Impressive palace
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