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Chiesa di Santa Agata

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Chiesa di Santa Agata

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Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi 121, 26100 Cremona Italy
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It’s not every day that you can see a rare Stradivarius violin. With a ticket to Cremona’s Violin Museum, you can admire a number of these instruments crafted by Antonio Stradivari in the 17th century along with other historic instruments. Learn about the history and production of violins, as well as the techniques used by Cremona’s most famous master luthier to create his legendary instruments, with an audio guide.
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Thomas Ozbun wrote a review Jan 2019
Vicenza, Italy982 contributions232 helpful votes
Built during the 12th century, it was rebuilt in a Baroque and Neoclassical style with a famous painting by Boccaccio Boccaccino. Only the bell tower dates to the first period of the church.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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545medva wrote a review Oct 2017
Budapest, Hungary3,986 contributions836 helpful votes
The church has a beautiful portico, inside unfortunately very dark, you can hardly watch the decorations, frescos.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Timothy L wrote a review Aug 2015
Bath, United Kingdom14 contributions8 helpful votes
This church is well worth looking for. Above all (for my interest) it contains a mediaeval painting of the stories of the life of St Agatha dating, it is thought, from the early 14th century which has been in this church ever since it was new. It is not possible to get as close to it as one would like to study the artistic details, but it is a fascinating and impressive example of early mediaeval Italian painting.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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