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Museo Dantesco, Ravenna

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  • It is not a must but it's interesting, especially for the troubled history of his remains hidden by the Florentines, who wished to take possession
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  • After the "rightful" visit to the tomb of the great poet we headed to the adjacent museum dedicated to him and inaugurated on the occasion of the celebration of the 600th anniversary of his death. Through different routes, we could appreciate how the city of Ravenna has played an important role during the years of exile. The core theme of the Museum is Dante's iconography, represented by busts, paintings, medals and icons of the great poet, but above all through an interesting reflection on its physiognomic features real, in light of recent research conducted in universities. The exhibition makes use of numerous videos and multimedia products, including versions of comedy in multiple languages in order to engage visitors of all ages and nationalities. I consider the visit very challenging especially for families with school-age children. Very interesting
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  • I love Dante and everything about him. Then ravenna is the right city. Beautiful museum that recounts the exploits of the Supreme. Definitely
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  • There is something to see. But the tomb (of which the open part is only a small room) is free actually.
  • You could be more daring in terms of developing the multimedia part on Divine Comedy; remains an interesting Museum housed in a unique context.
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  • Works dedicated to poet, placed in a beautiful environment
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