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Museo Nazionale di Palazzo Reale, Pisa
Categories: Art Museums, Museums
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Opening time to the Palazzo was 9-14.00 and I think there was at least one weekday where it was closed? We visited on Wednesday and paid the 5 euros which were well worth it. Situated on the north sid... read more »
Самих музеев итальянского искусства в городе не много.В этом музее представлены разного рода картины,старинная мебель,скульптуры,вещи и многое другое.Прямо скажем не Ватикан,но есть,что посмотреть.Мне... read more »The museums themselves of Italian art in the city a lot. This museum displays various kinds of paintings, antique furniture, sculptures, stuff and more. Frankly not Vatican City, but there is something to see. I most liked tapestries. Went here because it was free time before departure from the city.show original
Adagiato sul Lungarno Pacinotti, e per secoli dimora delle dinastie che hanno governato Pisa, è il frutto dell’intervento architettonico voluto alla fine del XVI secolo da Francesco I de’ Medici. Il P... read more »Set on the Lungarno Pacinotti, and for centuries the House of dynasties who ruled Pisa, is the result of the architectural intervention wanted at the end of the 16th century by Francesco I de ' Medici. The Pisa Royal Palace is an example of collecting ancient weapons, because the collection of citizen bridge game, show citizen of medieval tradition that still takes place every year on the current half bridge, you will find many portraits of the Medici and lorenesi, some made by great artists such as Bronzino and Tabish. There are also exposed to highly refined furnishings once belonged to the Medici, Lorraine and Savoy. Important collections, the result of donations and acquisitions, improve the Museum for specific sections: the legacy chickpeas, for example, allows the use of an appropriate group of Flemish and Italian paintings (16th-18th centuries), antique furniture and precious ceramics and Italian production.show original
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