Like another reviewer we were hoping to see the Mantegna room and were extremely disappointed to find that it was closed for repair, opening in a few weeks we were told. As it was we enjoyed the visit on a wonderful sunny day and would have visited the palace anyway as we were staying in Piazza Sordello but there was no mention outside, that we could see, of the missing Mantegna's .We should have checked on the interenet first I suppose.
We got in free after showing our passpots as proof of being over 65 so were not feeling as cheated as we might have been.
The Pisanello room is interesting especially the preparatory drawing in the ajoining room which shows the process and Pisanello's drawing skills .The elaborately decorated rooms are worh seeing too and it is interesting to ponder on the fantastic wealth and power that created the enormous edifice that dominates the town.
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