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Uffizi Gallery, Florence
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Piazzale degli Uffizi 6, 50122 Firenze, Italia
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The Uffizi Gallery (Galleria degli Uffizi) occupies two floors of a large 16th-century building in Florence. Offering to the attention of its guests voluminous collections of paintings and sculptures, the museum is known not only in Italy, but also far beyond its borders. The exhibits cover the ...
Sabauda Gallery, Turin
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Via Accademia delle Scienze 6, Turin, Italy
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The Savoy Gallery in Turin (or the Sabauda Gallery – in the Italian Galleria Sabauda) is relatively small art gallery in the city center. Its peculiarity is that the core of the collection is made up of items from the personal collection of the monarchs of the ruling house of Savoy. Here you can ...
The Vatican Observatory, Albano Laziale
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Piazza Sabatini 4B/5, Albano Laziale RM, Lazio, Italia
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The Vatican Observatory in Albano-Laziale is one of the oldest astronomical institutes in the world. It is supervised by the Apostolic See and the Catholic church, which contrasts our standard notion of the relation between religion and science. The institution still conducts research and boasts ...
Doria Pamphilj Gallery, Rome
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Via del Corso 305, Roma, Italia
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Paintings and sculptures of the Doria Pamphilj Gallery consists of several collections. In the Aldobrandini room you can see: French landscape painting of the 17th century by Claude Lorrain; famous frescoes from the series "Lunette Aldobrandini" Annibale Carracci; masterpiece by Velazquez – a ...
Borghese Gallery, Rome
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Villa Borghese, Rome, Italy
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A rich art gallery was opened in the chic villa of the Borghese family. The basis of the collection of the Borghese Gallery in Rome was laid by Cardinal Scipione Borghese, who was a great admirer of Caravaggio. The villa created in the style of classicism was last rebuilt in the late 18th century. ...
Teatro Massimo, Palermo
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Piazza Verdi, 90138 Palermo, Italia
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The Teatro Massimo can be translated from Italian as “the grandest” and carries king Victor Emmanuel’s II name. It is considered to be the largest theater in Europe. History of the Teatro Massimo In 1864 a competition for the best design of the new opera house was announced by Palermo mayor Antonio ...
Vasari Corridor, Florence
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соединяет Палаццо Веккьо с Палаццо Питти
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National Gallery of Ancient Art, Rome
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Via delle Quattro Fontane 13, Roma, Italia
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The National Gallery of Ancient Art in Rome is located in the Eastern part of the city. Its collections are presented in two architectural monuments at the same time – the Palazzo Barberini, built in the 17th century, and the Palazzo Corsini, which was built two centuries earlier and modified in ...
Palazzo Spada, Roma
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Piazza Capo di Ferro 13, Rome, Lazio, Italy
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The Palazzo Spada is a palace located near the Palazzo Farnese and Ponte Sisto, in the very heart of Rome, basically on Tiber’s shore. Back in the day, it served as a residence for Italian Catholic noble family Spada, but today it is a place where meetings of Council of State are held at. ...
Regio Theatre, Parma
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Via Giuseppe Garibaldi 16/a, 43121 Parma, Italia
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