Le Gallerie di Piedicastello, Trento
(3.9/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • An eulogy certainly lived idea of reusing these galleries to make an exhibit space or classrooms. I attended a course held just inside the galleries and I must say adequate space and well organized. On that occasion I visited the exhibition on the war. Shows that nonetheless sobering.
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  • The closure of the tunnels to traffic made them an example of how to reuse space dismessi...in this case with exhibitions and exhibition spaces
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  • Very interesting the idea to reuse these galleries to make an exhibit space. I could visit on a single occasion the three exhibits currently present (November 16): November 66, on tv and signs of war. Very well thought out first, that traces the history and stories of the various major torrents of Trentino. The space is well placed, and the various descriptions well done. It has an excellent glance. The other two are a little more subdued, but still very pleasant. Only downside: Unfortunately there is no indication on tv and you end up seeing her instead. A sign suggesting to go ahead for the show would be great as you enter from the end of it. Overall, however, the tunnels are well exploited and interesting exhibitions. I would, however, pay a ticket for entry, even just a nominal price, in order to fix some small details to be able to make a space only gets better.
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  • One of the most interesting historical exhibits I have ever visited in my life. I thought I read both on totalitarianism, both on the history of South Tyrol/Alto Adige; I learned many new things, I even want to go back to visit the exhibition after having already been twice! Movies, photographs, accompanying texts to documents exposed--all superb! I was particularly impressed, indeed impressed by the quality of the texts: all bilingual; and neither Italian nor German seem--as so often elsewhere--translations. The icing on the cake: it's all absolutely free! On occasions like this are especially proud to reside in a province where the culture--even historic--is considered so important. I feel even proud to pay taxes, sorry if it shortly.
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  • A space that should be an example for Italian public moltimamministratori and for many municipalities. A space that would become degradation and neglect if not managed wisely. Seeing the galleries I thought back to subways Balfour even forgotten by the public and left to decay and neglect for decades in defiance to the highest price paid by the citizens for jobs
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  • Amazing Museum, penalized by the continuous work that limit visibility and accessibility. Always extraordinary special exhibitions, free admission!
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  • Former galleries of the highway turned into a splendid location for temporary exhibitions, see the program
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  • Various assorted historical exhibits. Free entrance and great themes.
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