Things to Do in Recanati

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Things to Do in Recanati

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  • Gianluca A.
    Milan, Italy197 contributions
    Nice and interesting experience, Recanati and Leopardi’s life.
    Splendid city, important milano monuments and very professional guides, that I recommend taking.
    Written June 26, 2022
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  • paolovbossi
    The Hague, The Netherlands722 contributions
    I grew up studying this poem, so coming here it was special. I have to be honest that i always thought the writing on the other direction, so that when i read the beginning of the poem i look at the "infinite". But nevertheless it was very nice.
    It is nice the way to arrive to this place, the writing itself it is nothing special but deserves a visit
    Written August 28, 2021
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  • JimmyMack
    London145 contributions
    The square on which sits the apartment where Leopardi lived. Beautiful space that retains a sense of the 19th century. You will go here if you are visiting his residence but it's worth seeing for itself. It's named after one of his poems.
    Written November 19, 2015
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  • Geoff R
    Melbourne, Australia302 contributions
    We visited this small museum on a day we followed the Lorenzo Lotto ‘trail’ through the Marche. It is a tiny collection but is of excellent quality and well presented. Because it is a small and out of the way place we were the only visitors at the Museum at the time. It has two pieces by Lotto. The Annunciation which is perhaps his best known piece and a large Altar piece featuring several paintings of scenes related largely to the Dominicans. Imagine being alone in a room with the Annunciation just two feet from it able to study it in detail and at your leisure. Heaven!
    Written June 5, 2019
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  • Photodude45
    Shenyang, China356 contributions
    The central Piazza was everything you would think of for an a small Italian town. At night it was the central hub with restaurants full of people eating/ drinking -seating outside as well. Children playing and old people sitting on the benches chit chatting - very Italian and community friendly. Lovey old buildings around the central Piazza that made it oh so charming!
    Written September 14, 2019
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  • delagioventu
    Luxembourg City, Luxembourg1,160 contributions
    Stunning, with a statue of the poet Leopardi in the middle. Really very nice from all angles and definitely worth a visit. The closest parking lot has an elevator, which brings you almost straight to the square.
    Written July 24, 2016
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  • JimmyMack
    London145 contributions
    The exhibition is a good collection of Gigliana,, costumes, posters, awards, photos and a saxophone named after him (for some reason). Very enjoyable but that made it for me is that it is housed in the theatre where he sang and it is a tiny beautiful space. I've seen many opera theatres but this one is sublime in its modest perfection. Go to see both.
    Written November 19, 2015
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  • JimmyMack
    London145 contributions
    This is unique as far as I know. An amazing evocation of emigration with documents and artefacts alongside an audio-visual display of a train incorporating videos off moving characters. The sum total is very moving and I felt that I left with more insight into the experience.
    Written November 19, 2015
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  • Paul G
    London, United Kingdom258 contributions
    Worth a visit if you have got some time to spend here. Fabulous reliefs on ceiling. Beautiful side chapels. A place of tranquility.
    Written July 3, 2015
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