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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 contributions231 helpful votes
A church built during the 12th century, it still has some medieval traces remaining particularly the facade, and some of the columns inside, one of which had a strange jewish incrisption.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Barracuda008 wrote a review Sep 2018
London, United Kingdom159 contributions36 helpful votes
A Romanesque style church on red bricks in a poor state of repair It is great the baptistery which is a rarity. Inside much to see. The best of this church is the external architecture
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Date of experience: August 2018
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545medva wrote a review Oct 2017
Budapest, Hungary3,988 contributions798 helpful votes
Roman and renaissance. The big church is roman, the smaller one just on the side is rennaisance. In the church on one of the columns tehre is a Maria fresco from the 12.th century and also in the sacristy there are two very old frescos.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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lamiasaffo wrote a review Mar 2016
Paris, France69 contributions17 helpful votes
On the city centre border, a small jewel of Italian Romanic and Renaissance style. In bricks. Really nice.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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