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Palazzo Gonzaga, Volta Mantovana

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  • I was in this beautiful location on the feast of the past and I can assure you that is to visit, beautiful to see the basement
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  • The Gonzaga Palace was built in the mid-1400 by Ludovico Gonzaga, Lord of Mantua who took as a summer residence now is the municipal seat of Volta mantovana. Inside some ceilings there are many fascinating frescoes and decorations of 1500. The building is totally open and apart from this very beautiful are the gardens outside. They are very striking; there are four gardens that reach the central square of the village. One thing worth seeing
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  • Visited at a corporate event then only 6 rooms and gardens. built in 1450 by Barbara Brandegurgo, Consort of Ludovico III Gonzaga, as a summer residence of the Gonzaga family because, as indicated on the plaque at the entrance, "the air of Mantua is not healthy for my children." Well restored with beautiful frescos unearthed by removing the paintings of the ' 900. Since 1993 is the seat of the municipality of Volta Mantovana and then some salt not be visited in when used as offices. Beautiful grounds Recommended the guided tour
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  • Beautiful monument within the town of Volta Mantovana is well worth a visit just for a ticket to the Interior of 2 where you can see rebuilded for example the room with fireplace and The kitchen early giassara and other beautiful environments are the grounds I would highly recommend the visit
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  • The Interior of this mansion hides a fairytale Garden. Crossing the Central Hall of the municipality building (Edificio magnificently frescoed and visitable) leads to the gardens of Palazzo Gonzaga a place of enchanting beauty where you can take great pictures ... To be discovered in the spring/summer
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  • Beautiful and free visit
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  • Culture pur... Worth a visit.
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