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Pinacoteca Provinciale, Salerno

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#5 of 7 in Museums in Salerno
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  • The gallery is on the first floor of the Palazzo Pinto. The Pinto family have quite a history in the town, and in a small room one can see the pictures of some. The main gallery is interesting with wo...  more »
  • This small, free museum was right across the street from our hotel so we thought we'd stop in. One absolutely killer 15th c. altarpiece, but the rest of the paintings are either third-rate local Carav...  more »
  • Fabulous and diverse collection, mainly local artists. Really worth seeing. A large collection. Can't believe it was free! There wasn't even anywhere to leave a donation.  more »
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  • It's a very interesting place, shame about the staff for nothing: just enter the lobby of the Palace feel laughter wailing that slowly becomes more deafening while we climb the stairs and we approach the reception; the blonde lady she coldly "welcomed" while talking on a cell phone, only us blissfully noted summarily that the entrance was on our right, annoyed by our presence and evidently returning immediately to his chats, heedless of her role in that situation. To replace the explanatory panels exposed in the rooms, since broken.
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  • An excellent Museum, an interesting collection of works, pleases that free
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  • Small but cured.
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