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Pinacoteca Corrado Giaquinto

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Sebastian wrote a review Jan 2020
Piliscsaba, Hungary9 contributions18 helpful votes
Excellent collection! If you stay in Bari and like art, this is a must see! The museum is on the Lungomare sea shore, easy to find.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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WotldTraveller wrote a review May 2019
London, United Kingdom141 contributions32 helpful votes
Free entry to a small museum. 30 minutes tops to go round. Take the stairs down if you can as they are magnificent. Deserves more visitors than I suspect it gets.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Mmarymomm wrote a review Apr 2018
Pleasanton, California1,719 contributions370 helpful votes
This Pinacoteca seems to be little visited but interesting and inexpensive. We are mostly interested in 15th century and earlier art and there is a good representation here. They were also holding a rather bizarre exhibition of replicas of the Terra Cotta Warriors of Xian painted in outlandish colors by Sandro Chia. We also enjoyed some of the 19th century works. The guard follows you around like you are about to make off with something.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Eva Julia T wrote a review Sep 2017
London, United Kingdom371 contributions161 helpful votes
We enjoyed our visit here. There are some excellent pictures by 19th century Italian painters that I knew nothing about, such as Guiseppe Abbati,Giovanni Fattori and Antonio Piccinni. There is a good De Chirico, too. Well worth a visit and the building is splendid.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Paul D wrote a review Aug 2017
Morristown, New Jersey265 contributions93 helpful votes
I found the 19th and early 20th century paintings to be the most interesting. They gave an interesting window into daily life in the early days of the Republic. The labels don't provide much info, but each gallery is furnished with a guide to the paintings in that room. The museum is on the 4th floor of a 19th century palazzo and a little tricky to find. It's not air-conditioned, so if you go on a hot day, as I did, you're going to be a little uncomfortable. About an hour is enough time.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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