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A beautiful and tranquil atmosphere. The fresco painting by young Raffaello is one of the must see things in Urbino. There are cosy inner garden with old well. You can let your wings of imagination fly into the great artist's childhood.
Santi's family home has nothing to offer, if you are going there to watch anything belonging to the great Raffaello. Of course there is none, as Raffaello is shown in security-tightened places! But this apartment on three/four floors gives you an idea of the middleeval...More
I was so impressed by this nice house with a courtyard where Raffaello Sanzio lived until around 8 or 9 before going to Perugia for aprenticeship under Perugino. We saw several great pieces painted by his father Giovanni Sanzio, but only one real Raffaello was...More
Certainly not a top attraction in Urbino, but if you have time over, well worth exploring. The house is a combination of 2 houses, and is thus quite complex. As Urbino is on a hill, the courtyard is on the 1st floor. And it is...More
This is a house were the painter Rafaello was born. There several floors and some of his paintings but mostly others, furniture and objects from his time. It is very little telling about him - just a building to feel the atmosphere of his time....More
Umbrino is very proud of their native son Raphael as they should be. Raphaels home is amazing. A lot of the furniture is original and there is a lot or painting as well as artifacts from everyday life of that time. The house also contains...More
This visit will not just show you were Raffaello was born and grew. His father (famous painter himself) and his mother, when married, joined the two mansions together. Therefore a visit will make you understand what is behind closed doors. A lot of antiques, and...More
The house is in fact two houses. The rear one was owned by Raphael's mother and the front won was bought after her marriage.
It gives a good idea of life in a renaissance middle-class house but contains nothing of Raphael himself. There are reproductions...More