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Palazzo Viti, Volterra

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  • to understand Volterra is well also visit this House-Museum, an elegant and sumptuous, adorned with Alabaster masterpieces and works fine. There is a figure of entrepreneur seized and able to establish relations with distant lands and exotic
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  • Palazzo Viti was purchased in mid-1800 by an Alabaster merchant, Mr. Vines that had great luck with the artistic production and the trade of Alabaster, worked in Volterra since at least the seventh century BC. The portion of the building open to the public engages the first floor of a building much older than the purchase date and consists of fifteen sumptuous surroundings and preserved very well: everything was left as it was (including bed canopy curtains where Vittorio Emanuele II slept in 1861), curtains, furnishings, the dozens of canvas prints of rice given by Mr. Bolts from his travels in the far East. Dozens of precious ceramics (who knows patience in sprinkle!) are preserved in glass cases or precious furniture for their antiquity. All seems like just left by the Lord or lady who are out for a walk along the streets in slope of Volterra. Is it really worth paying a 5 euro and to admire its beauty.
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  • It should be the right time to go, because the architecture is distinguished by its beautiful porcelains on display, each with its own history
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  • Awesome palace with original paintings, decoration and furniture. This villa is private so you have to pay a admission here.
  • We visited the Palazzo Viti over the Easter weekend, on a rainy morning (especially to find a haven, since backpacked, rough) and I have to say, apart from that it's very well maintained, we wonder, kindness and great humility of owners, descendants screws that greeted us smiling, in person, in a context familiar indeed! Almost, rather than in a Museum, seemed to be guests at the home of a perfect "landlord", almost a friend, we opened the doors of his home. They sent all the love, the passion they dedicate themselves to the maintenance of this building, we were made to understand that keep us really. All this has affected us a lot, was the first (and so far only) time that we had a reception at a museum or monument of some importance. Very, very much appreciated and should be taken as an example for all the historical and cultural heritage that the ns. the country boasts.
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  • Visited at a gala dinner. The food was supplied by a caterer. The historical place is very classy, well maintained and luxurious.
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  • If you cannot miss in Volterra. your tour requests
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  • Completely and finely furnished, revives the opulent atmosphere of the nobility of the time. Visit halls are many, but not quite. A visit is a must
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