Palazzo Viti, Volterra

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  • Wonderful historic building filled with artworks, we visited for a photoset. A must visit for lovers of history of Tuscan palaces.
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  • I visited the Palace with my wife, from the outside you can see which and how many beauties contains, after the ticket, by the reasonable cost, we receive some printed sheets, also available in different languages, and we begin to explore the various rooms, the masterpieces are followed and we are pleasantly surprised by the State where everything is located. The Viti family, bought the Palace in 1850 by the family meetings before owning the property. The visit takes place in the different rooms, notably how they preserved the rich collections in excellent condition, all objects that Benedict Joseph vines, alabaster merchant during his travels around the world he has collected, certainly deserves a See also to take a leap into the past and see objects of great beauty and value.
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  • Nice Museum discovered by accident in viizze of Volterra, since the entrance is free so why not get into it, it's worth it.
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  • Awesome palace with original paintings, decoration and furniture. This villa is private so you have to pay a admission here.
  • The construction of this building started at the end of 1500 by Attilio Incontri, a nobleman from Volterra and Minister of the Grand Duke of Tuscany. The facade design is attributed to Bartolomeo Ammannati. The building has a front in the way of more than forty meters, with a depth of almost sixteen and two wings unfinished that they contain two windows that overlook windows of the teatro Persio Flacco. On the other hand, the original project included a large arcaded courtyard. In 1816, the Incontri sold part of the ground floor and the unfinished yard, on which the theatre was built. Benedetto Giuseppe Viti, traveller and trader of Alabaster, bought the Palace in 1850 for its radical restoration; other works were conducted in 1861 on the occasion of the visit of the King Vittorio Emanuele II. In 1964 Luchino Visconti chose some rooms to shoot the film "Vaghe Stelle dell'Orsa", a film awarded the Leone d'Oro in Venice.
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  • I'm a tour leader for more than twenty years, I always try to enter Volterra in my tours with the Americans and, especially, to display this wonderful Palace that few know but that leaves you breathless for the richness and beauty of the furnishings and unique pieces from all parts of the world and which the trader took Screws from her Alabaster. molteploci trips. A unique and magical.
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  • Wonderful! Many beautiful objects in a beautiful building, the rooms make you dream as it might be to live in so much luxury. A cute note and that there are also photos of the family in recent times. Is not included in Volterra Card but its definitely worth it to pay the ticket!
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  • Beautiful, one of Italy's finest private collection, which can be visited. Price ticket content. In Volterra is a must.
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