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Museo Canova, Possagno

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  • Really nice Museum with many chalks by Canova, House with many of his paintings. You can imagine the great job there was to create a work. Interesting extension of plaster casts made by Carlo Scarpa. Look at the details of this master of architecture.
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  • Just wonderful, it's a great emotion of your visit to this unique Museum and spettacolare.se you are in the area do not miss it
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  • Museum well looked after as the adjoining garden. Great glance. Notable statues of chalk well laid out and explained
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  • The most complete collection of Canova chalks, with an amazing light in the Carlo Scarpa building
  • Nice place with many fascinating statues
  • A must-see museum. Also the zone is really typical.
  • Very interesting, is how to make the rounds of museums around the world where there are works by Canova. Shame to miss the most beautiful: psyche and love. It seems that the teacher has created a cast of this opera. The museum visit in about an hour. Outside there is a small garden with various species of plants, very cute. Entrance 10 euros, 6 If you first is visited one of Palladio's villas
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  • In the Gallery are preserved preparatory chalks some of the sculptures by Antonio Cavona. You can't help but be fascinated by these works, although present imperfect surfaces, excite as the originals. In the Museum there is a room in which discusses techniques and tools used by Canova and his assistants for the realization of sculptures.
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