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A beautiful collection of religious paintings, combined (on the 3rd floor) with modern art, in an exceptional historic building. When we left after one hour, one of the guards asked us if we had seen everything already. That would have been impossible: there is too...More
The museum, on the 2nd and 3rd floor of the of the Palazzo dei Priori, has a stunning collection of religious art from the 8th till the 16th century. Statues, paintings, woodcraft, silver and gold artifacts etc. etc. keep on amazing you. A good thing...More
If you have never been there, you don't know what you're missing.
One of the most interesting thing is the paintings' cycle about the original shape of Rocca Paolina, before the destruction of the end of the XIX century.
We kept finding ourselves almost alone in the museum's rooms -- looking at incredible art. Peruginos. Fra Angelicos. Room after room without the crowds of Florence and Rome. Beautiful and breathtaking.
Is it very nice gallery, the first flours you are so impressed my the art of icons (graphic representation of the Saints)that you look every detail carefully, but they are so many, after the first flour you start to get tired is it really so...More
Well laid out gallery, although there is a bit of a climb up 3 flights of stairs to reach the entrance.
You are not allowed to take bags into the gallery, but lockers are provided. You can take photos (without flash) and take a bottle...More
I visited the Galleria Nazionale recently, specifically to see Piero della Francesca's Polyptych of St. Anthony- a lovely Madonna and Child topped by an Annunciation considered to be among the finest Renaissance perspective renderings.
Along the way I saw the many pictures by Perugino, another...More