Pinacoteca Provinciale Salerno, Salerno

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  • I have repeatedly visited the art gallery, in spite of myself I must say that the staff is excellent and very ignorant on the subject history, give little importance to visitors, in truth few, you feel bewildered in a historical moment, were it not for the guide books you It could also help but visit it, little noticed though situated in a historical place as the old Salerno. Force some commitment and especially visobilità.
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  • Invoked by a small group of students we didn't hire guys very prepared, one or two students per room, followed by their Coordinator very approachable and helpful. In the Central Hall, thanks to the army, has been rebuilt a piece of trench, telegraphic informant, some soldiers stationed in fighting trim. Very interesting and well thought out. Good at all
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  • The Art Museum, in the historic center, housed in Palazzo Pinto, collects works from the territory of the period spanning the period from the Renaissance to the first half of the 20th century. By mentioning the Renaissance by Andrea Sabatini boards from Salerno and the master of the Coronation of Eboli, some 17th-century works such as those of the eighteenth century with the Caracciolo, Solimena. Then a section dedicated to the so-called costaioli and one to foreign artists.
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  • Very small but good museum. Admission was free. We found there excellent exhibition dedicated to the World War I. Visitors are allowed to take non commercial photo without flash light and tripod.
  • 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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  • Not to be missed.
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  • Beautiful
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  • Small but cured.
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