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Museo Nazionale di Palazzo Reale, Pisa
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  • Museum notable for the works on display, a true gem not to be missed. A dutiful thanks to the Lord (of which unfortunately I can't remember the name) that made us from truly comprehensive guide. Possibility to visit the two museums (this and that of St. Matthew) for only 8 euros.
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  • I found myself in Pisa with some girlfriends for a short visit, and among other works we decided to visit the Royal Palace and the valuable works contained in it. The ticket price is really low for the works and the girl in the way explained extensively mined us ticket with rich details. We started the visit by reading the signs and focused with the brochure. You arrive in the third room, one of the guides (sorry but I do not remember the name which is a shame because it's been really good) started to explain what they were seeing and telling us the history of Pisa in a comprehensive way and at the same time sympathetic. It was a really cool experience and training, much more than we expected at the beginning of the visit. Congratulations, really recommend a visit and I hope you find the same guide we found us.
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  • Especially once again came to Pisa to all-so get in the Royal Palace, where the National Museum-it has a very strange schedule: from 9 to 14, admits to 13.30 (last time in 13.35 I already refused). Neither outside nor inside the Palace is not in the standard sense, although built in 1583, and it includes medieval houses of noble families of Pisa. The outside reminds ordinary 3-storey house, inside almost nothing survived from the Royal Palace. The exposition need maximum 40 min, of which 10 min. I read the booklet about the Palace. Represented by a small number of individual design elements of other Italian royal palaces-dynasties of the Medici, Lorraine, Savoy, as well as private donations. The items date back to the end of the 16th to the mid-20th century. In the textile collection includes several dresses (the most famous dark red dress Duchess Eleonora di Toledo, 1550-x Gg.), tapestries and tapestry. Is a collection of portraits of families lived in this Palace. In one of the halls of the exhibition of sketches for paintings of the beginning of the XVIII century for the Cathedral of Pisa. Academy of fine arts in Pisa contributed to many residents donated their private collections (partially or completely). Passed to the inhabitants of the city of Pisa family paintings by noble Tuscan families, though dating to the XVI-XIX centuries, but written by unknown artists. Only one work belongs to brush the young Raphael. Another part of the collection formed from half of the collection of the deceased surgeon and Professor of the University of Pisa Antonio Chechi (Antonio Ceci), which since 1893 g. collected collection: approximately 220 paintings 15th-20th centuries, small bronze statues, beautiful miniatures, ceramics, Japanese porcelain, coins, items made from ivory, BOULLE style furniture. After his death in 1920, the collector left not. heirs, his collection was divided equally between Pisa and his native city of Ascoli Piceno, except for the collection of more than 200 scenic miniatures, completely passed Pisa, and painting of the 19th century, over Ascoli Piceno.
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