Mar - Museo D'Arte della Città di Ravenna, Ravenna

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  • The Museum is located in a beautiful Renaissance building with a large courtyard, enjoys a Colonnade. Here are the different mosaic works, including fanciful three-dimensional shapes. In the same building as the city art gallery.
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  • If you are traveling to Ravenna to see the 5-6th century mosaics at the UNESCO sites, then you must go to the Mar di mosaici. There is quite a collection of contemporary mosaics, some 3-d and fabric m...  more »
  • Beautiful town with many places to see, mosaics from all sides with 9 euro you can see 6 zones. Disabled children up to 10 more escort free of charge, free of charge and children up to 18 discount of one euro
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  • Difficult to appreciate the collection in summer months when there is no ventilation or air conditioning unfortunately.
  • Vry nice
  • Museum per se rise, held up well and there are explanations and curiosity, unfortunately the staff is very strange and sgorbutico, despite the cameras one of two keepers has carefully tracked making an annoying presence, making strange sounds and making the visit extremely unpleasant, inter alia at the end of the visit pointing out a wrong path. Ultimately, absolutely not recommended
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  • I went to the exhibition "the seduction of the ancient" which is currently at the Museum of our city. I'd venture to say nothing about the work because artistic tastes, and beyond, are absolutely personal, but I think it's fair to point out the lack of cleanliness. There is no way that as soon as one enters, one of the first works on display is a painting by De Chirico with the front panel completely opaque and full of halos so as not to allow the right vision of the work. And so many other shrines/panels that protected other works during the exhibition. Another very bad impression upon entering is that they leave the panels of the cloister, also for anything clean. It would be nice to see the cloisters through a good glass as quaint, I guess.
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  • Very beautiful modern mosaics can be visited for free inside the cloister on the ground floor. Worthy and well maintained second floor art gallery with paintings and sculptures worth mentioning.
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