Palazzo Blu, Pisa
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In what was formerly the home of Count Giuli and his family, visit the art gallery and museum at Palazzo Blu. Inside the pale blue palace house, note Italianate architecture, luxurious furniture, and Renaissance art. In the permanent collection on the main floor of the museum, view paintings by artists such as Cecco di Pietro, Taddeo di Bartolo, Vincenzo Foppa, and Luigi Gioli. Add Palazzo Blu and other attractions to your Pisa trip itinerary using our Pisa tourist route planner.
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Sito sulla sponda sinistra dell'Arno in prossimità di Santa Maria della Spina, questo bel palazzo è comodo al centro e ai parcheggi come quello in piazza Vittorio Emanuele II. Ottimi tutti i servizi, ... read more »Situated on the left bank of the Arno River in the vicinity of Santa Maria della Spina, this beautiful building is convenient to the city centre and the parking lots like the one in piazza Vittorio Emanuele II. Excellent all services, from the ticket office to the wardrobe and bookshop, but what a disappointment the exhibition Dalí compared to that of 10 years ago at the Palazzo Grassi in Venice! really an abyss, here were missing all major works. I did not know, shame!show original
La entrada es gratuita (excepto para la exposición temporal), es un buen sitio para conocer un poco más la historia de pisa.Admission is free (except for the temporary exhibition), is a good place to learn a little more the history of pisa.show original
Ieri lunedi 10 ottobre 2016, sono andato a vedere la mostra di Dalì al Palazzo Blu a Pisa. A parte le persone che si posizionavano ad un centimetro dalle opere impedendoti di vederle e spingendoti per... read more »Yesterday Monday October 10, 2016, I went to see the exhibition Dalí at the Blue Palace in Pisa. Apart from the people who were stopping at a centimeter from the works stopping you to see them and pushes you to switch, at one point I was enjoying the story of audio guide, when they made their appearance two parent with a toddler in a stroller was giving their best in terms of screams and crying, doing the soundtrack to the entire Museum. When I started to not feel more a word of the story of the audio guide it's the child piped music, I turned to mom saying she did not feel anything and what was the reason to bring a child so small in a museum. the mother obviously annoyed and without even apologizing to railed against me, so I just mentioned I'd turned to surveillance which did not take into consideration this matter nor that of cell phones that kept ringing. They say more!!!show original
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