Civico Museo Teatrale Fondazione Carlo Schmidl, Trieste

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  • pretty interesting Museum, located in the old city, with two floors, with elevator, people at reception very friendly, it's suitable for those who want to get an idea of the neighboring places and surrounding and history of these places, enriched with panels, photographs on the Istrian peninsula and its surroundings, some videos about the history of those places, etc. I liked even though the weather wasn't very available to me and I saw a bit of a hurry. There is plenty to see from the point of view of history and culture. I recommend it to everyone in General.
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  • The charm of this museum caught me right out of the Hall where they were exposed the "universal dictionary of musicians" by Carlo Schmidl, the oldest trunk of theatrical history and poster of the concert conducted by Gustav Mahler in 1907 in Trieste. Walking through the halls we could see objects belonging to Callas and von Karajan, stage costumes and jewellery and tools from all over the world. There was also the laboratory reconstructed triestine luthier Francesco Zappelli. A significant space was dedicated to Giorgio Strehler, incomparable stage director born and buried in Trieste. All of this was exposed in a unique setting, the Palazzo Gopcevich, where we can admire beautiful inlaid wood floors and ceilings. The Museum staff was friendly and helpful, the nominal price.
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  • Already the setting of the Museum is a showpiece. The beautiful building is reflected in the waters of the channel of Red Bridge with its ornate façade. Inside the museums are rich with showrooms and decorated with inlaid floors and ceilings. We walked the view which displays as well as musical instruments, the reconstruction of a workshop of a luthier triestino also photographs, manuscripts and other objects, as seen in the photos which I enclose. Deserves and I recommend it to fans of theater due to the exposure of the personal collection of Giorgio Strehler. If you enjoyed this review, you can read about my many other for Trieste and I'm glad a click on: is it useful?
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