Museo Nazionale Di Palazzo Mansi
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If you visit Lucca you have to see this old palace and the painting of the little Pinacoteca. I love this place, it is part of the history of the city !!!
An art collection displayed in a Baroque palace, formerly belonging to the Mansi family, and located in central Lucca. Many of the original room decorations remain in place.
The Palace stands as a testimony to the centuries-old history of the Mansi family that, since the 16th century, was able to diversify its business by engaging not only in the traditional agricultural.
One of the two National Museums of lucca. A beautifull immersion in the rooms and paintings of the Palazzo of one of the main families of the city.
Bellissimo esempio di residenza lucchese, abitato dalla famiglia Mansi fino a pochi anni fa. Vale il viaggio!
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“ is the museum of the city and its territory, it exposes one of the richest and most interesting collections of works of art produced by artists born in Lucca and foreigners artists that worked in the city for the private or Church commissions. The core of the collection are the paintings who were originally Church property combined by the finds from excavations in the city, new acquisitions, gifts and deposits of various entities. In the late Gothic Villa, which was the home of Paolo Guinigi, Lord of Lucca in the first thirty years of the fifteenth Century (1400-1430) the exhibition traces the history of the city”
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“Piazza Napoleone, commonly called as Piazza Grande, is the main square of Lucca, which deserves a stop.”
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“Enjoy the view of the Lucca walls while walking around the city. With its 30 meters of height these are the only defensive walls arriving intact until today in the whole world and they are the second longest walls in Europe The Renaissance Lucca walls were erected with a remarkable economic effort in 137 years and represented a deterrent for the enemies. Never involved in war events, the fulcrum of the Lucca defense system, they guaranteed peace and tranquility to the Republic until the arrival of Napoleon.”
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“The church has a beatiful mosaic on the facade and an internal with frescoes and sculptures including a baptismal font of rare beauty. Some columns are of Roman age and came from ancient amphitheatre.”
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“At the center of the original urban perimeter of the Roman city of Lucca is a very ancient church, San Michele in Foro, located on the area of what was once the Roman Forum. Schedule from 07.40am to 12.00 am from 3 pm to 6 pm ”
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