Palazzo della Cancelleria, Rome
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Во дворец есть два входа - один ведёт в церковь (единственная церковь в Риме, где мы видели платный вход -0,5 евро). Второй вход ведет во внутренний квадратный двор дворца. Советую зайти и полюбоватьс... read more »The Palace has two entrances-one leads to the Church (the only church in Rome, where we saw paid entrance-0.5 euro). The second entrance leads into the inner courtyard of the Palace Square. I advise you to stop by and admire the beauty of the interior galleries. At the entrance to the left there is a showroom, where the free exhibition is an opportunity to see the interior decoration (nebogatoe, true). So, until November 20, 2016 is an exhibition about Raimond Lulle-medieval myslitele and writer. Part of the Palace is occupied by commercial exhibition on inventions of Leonardo, she compulsively tickets for sale across the street. This exhibition occupied toilets Palace, to get to the toilet, we had to buy a children's ticket for 6 euros per exhibition Leonardo-funny, but this is the most expensive toilet in Rome:)) would have known da Vinci ...show original
Mi sono recata diverse volte al Palazzo della Cancelleria: da bambina per vedere delle mostre con i miei genitori, l'anno scorso per visitare il Museo di Leonardo da Vinci e più recentemente per parte... read more »I went several times to the Palazzo della Cancelleria: as a child to see exhibitions with my parents last year to visit the Museum of Leonardo da Vinci and more recently to attend the opening of the exhibition of the works of Leonardo Lucchi, excellent internationally acclaimed artist. This last chance in particular impressed me very much. The name of the show is "Suspended Senz'Ali" and is dedicated to the essence of the feminine universe. The opening was held in the beautiful Hall of the hundred days, built in 1547 by Giorgio Vasari for Commission of Alessandro Farnese. Right here there was a fascinating speech by the same artist, introduced by a beautiful reading of "prayer to the Virgin", taken from Dante's Canto XXXIII of Paradiso. The majestic beauty of the building and the Hall, along with the sweet voice of the actress's depth, they made my heart tremble with emotion. I am well aware that the rooms are open to visitors are certain days of the year for special events, but sincerely advice everyone to inquire if anybody should happen during the period of their visit, just to see the beautiful artwork and frescoes. Well worth the trip.show original
ナヴォーナ広場からカンポ・デ・フィオーリに向かう途中、みんなが入って行くので気になって行ってみました。 とても綺麗な回廊がある建物で、後で調べてみるとローマルネッサンス建築の傑作と言われる建物だそうです。Go all way from Piazza Navona to the Campo de ' Fiori, tried because we care. Beautiful cloister is located in a building called the masterpiece of Roman Renaissance architecture and look after.show original
Really a great and interactive museum! Pieces made with autenticity and love, as well as original materials, and with the lable "Please touch"! Best experience in Rome :-)
The Leonardo da vinci museum is a must see. It had many recreations of his various designs and you get to see at close range the master mind that imagined possibilities centuries because they could be realised.
Amerigo VespucciNice view of Leonardo da Vinci "large interactive machines" to see with the Guide. Recommendedshow original
Andrea MatteucciBeautiful historic building from Roman a year now hosts the exhibition on Leonardo's machinesshow original
Patrick JourdanVery interesting exhibition, all inventions are explained.show original
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