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They have (thanks God) moved the artworks from the really old churches when rebuilding and redecorating those. The quality of many pieces is exquisite, and you can watch them as close as you wish. Mostly romanesque figures and some fabulous mosaics, but also several stunning...More
The castle is set in a park a short walk from the center of town and university. Permanent exhibition of Longobard art in the main building and temporary art exhibitions all year long in the former stables of the castle. Big courtyard. Good for a...More
Wow - what an experience! The ancient artwork was incredible. Just putting the age of the art into perspective was mind blowing. The huge spaces of the castello itself was amazing. When we were there they were setting up for an opera to be performed...More
I am giving 3 points only because of the realy bad service in this beautiful medieval castle, It really would be worth visiting,however we had a feeling that the local people did not care at all. Nobody was speaking English, they did not even try,...More
Place is a very nice castle located very near the city center. The visit to the castle as well as the art collection is very interesting (still conservation could be improved). The area inside the castle (gardens) are perfect to admire the whole construction and...More
The castle itself is "unfinished": only three sides having been completed. The north wall is in ruin, and it was a ruin as early as the mid-500's, as shown in the fresco of the city inside the church of S. Teodoro (reviewed elsewhere).
The museum is really a collation of several units, over three levels and under one roof (and one admission ticket). They consist of a small collection of archeological remains, a largish pinacoteque from late gothic to late 19th century, a small ensemble of romanic and...More