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Museo Nazionale di Palazzo Reale, Pisa

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  • A wonderful place the museo nazionale di palazzo reale, rich in works of art, sculptures, paintings
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  • One of the largest palaces of the lungarni pisani, born as prevailing in the summer residence for the Grand Dukes for which he underwent then the steps to the Lorraine, Savoy dynastic and finally to the Italian State have severe, untreatable and redundant bureaucracies. In every room the perception of guilty indifference becomes increasingly pronounced. According to a questionable attempt to present the various changes of ownership over time, you see a Guido Reni among the best for size and style in the Hall with clothes and furniture for mid 800 in another room in the middle of a mass of dynastic portraits with low value a splendid portrait of the Laurels of Ferdinando dei Medici. In the Central Hall the bad taste of the collectors of yesteryear to upholster from ceiling to floor the walls is respected to the letter and forces you to use repellents greasy photocopies is up with the map of the location of the paintings and of the authors. Valuable canvases on display here too confusedly at different heights. A puzzle. And finally a large canvas by one of the masters among the Tuscan macchiaioli, the great Hall of the dark mass in Gioli, terrific keepers. I would say alive. .,,, ... the Grand Dukes ... ... thumbs down pecione State and wasteful.
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  • I firmly believe that we cannot visit Pisa and leave without coming here, if you want to learn about its history. If you are interested only in the leaves with the Tower, take via Santa Maria and straight. The Museum and the Palace made a good impression, also for the kindness of those who work there, with extreme passion and love for their jobs, and who accompanied us with a pleasant chat, us as soon as we were driving along, all that the building contains. Very interesting the room dedicated to the history of the game of bridge, as well as all those dedicated to families that have made the history of Italy, to the protagonists, whose donations have enriched the collections of the Palace. Also noteworthy is a young Raphael, film miracle of the hanged, among other wonderful works. Thanks to the staff for the wonderful experience, keep it up!
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  • Why open an afternoon??? Can there be staff at least one afternoon per week??
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  • Is a nice Museum and forgotten. Offers insight into the unique collection of weapons used in the game of bridge in Pisa. Free guided tours.
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  • Museum with a beautiful collection ... but he lives his eternal isolation (due to poor management)
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  • Enjoy your visit
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  • Interesting Museum, inadequately exploited
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