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Castello di Miradolo, San Secondo di Pinerolo

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  • There is a beautiful small exhibition here featuring Tiepolo. Word of warning, there is no English guide or curation.  more »
  • I've gone to see other exhibitions. the last one was that of Tiepolo. Site pleasant, nicely renovated, well organized exhibitions. There is a little shop inside for souvenirs and a bar with good pastry. The exterior makes a walk along a shady path lined with trees around a large lawn behind the Castle. The bamboo forest giants. would look good over the flower beds in front of the entrance.
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  • Being in the area I had already had the opportunity to visit this place soon after his inauguration and I was told that I would have to in turn come back to get me an opinion once "broken" and in fact the results I have confirmed that I was right. Sure, the "Castle" does turn up very nose who is especially for the building and less for exhibitions, while the reality is just the opposite. The "Castle" (that great guide reminds visitors that so it isn't) is actually a mishmash of styles and different interpretations depending on who was right and deserves some attention especially to appreciate the works of recovery and restoration. The Park is beautiful and worth seeing, preferably driven, so that we can fully appreciate the efforts both of the Squires of the era that the current property, to make it varied and interesting. Exhibitions mean? Here the opinion can only be entirely subjective. The latest (still going) on ' 700 veneto and Tiepolo family, I personally found it wonderful.
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