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#1 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
... with all our questions The tour was at least and hour, explaining all the different balsamic vinegars and methods of production - you then get to taste loads of different varieties ... heavenly The shop was fu...
... of Modena, it is very handy to have a vehicle to visit, and if you have one it is easily combined (as we did) with some other top rated Modena attractions like the Panini car collection and the Pavarotti museum.
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#2 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
#3 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
Few people outside of the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) or its international equivalents will have seen such plane wreckage in as great detail as visitors to this museum.
For many it might not be that wow museum experience, as it consist of a hall with the plane and a small room with the story of making this memorial.
#4 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
This museum is a wonderful insight into the life of the greatest tenor of our lifetime Full of great memorabilia with full access one can almost feel hie presence with glorious sound of his voice everywhere The au...
Yes, there are tributes to him from around the world, and yes there are costumes and mementos of his singing from various theatres, but this really is a house ini which you can see how the great singer lived and w...
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#5 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
#6 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
An amazing museum of Maserati cars & other makes as well, free to enter, it's located on a a cheese farm, it just a wonderful collection of very rare cars owner by the Panini family.
opened up just for us in February, a true delight, spent ages here wonderful cars in a stunning museum, great story behind the cars too
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#7 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
Hidden in the back streets behind an unobtrusive facade lies a palace richly decorated and a wonder to behold.
The decoration of the rooms are brilliant.
#8 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
We took our three boys (8, 8 & 11 years) and they loved it - especially after a disappointing visit to the main Bologna museum the previous day.
First ever museum I visited totally inside the VR.
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#9 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
Unique collection of Etruscan tomb findings in a lovely palazzo with a splendid garden, far from the touristy center but near several other worthwhile sights.
It was well worth the lengthy walk from the Cathedral Piazza of Ferrara to enjoy this beautiful and extensive collection of Etruscan gold, pottery and other artifacts.
#10 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
You can see love for those he cared for and vice versa, from gifts from the Japanese Emperor Hirohito to statues built that were obviously meant to be in museums in the future, but are instead kept in this one villa.
Excellent place full of history and a great ability learn about the Duce.
#11 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
It encompasses sections including many countries eg China, Japan, Mexico and more (loads of ancient tools, clothing, masks as well as clay artifacts) etc and then European ceramics and another section dedicated to...
This is the most amazing museum - it really does contain a whole world of ceramics, from prehistory to modern times, from Europe through the middle and far east to the Americas.

Museo delle Cere

Grazzano Visconti
#13 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna

Museo del Bottone

Santarcangelo di Romagna
#14 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
#15 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
#16 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
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#17 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
An amazing selection of art with frequently changing seasonal exhibitions.
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Spazio Pantani

Cesenatico
#18 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
#19 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
... Japanese art; geography with old geographical maps; models of old sailing ships; military section with models of cannons and various kinds of forts and fortifications; the library of the Institute of Science.
Eclectic, exotic, and unforgettable collections of natural history specimens, scientific instruments, medical anatomy models, and model sailing ships.
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#20 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
A lovely castle lots of history the views from the top are amazing there is a small souvenir shop and once you leave you can walk round Bardi and have a coffee or a glass of vino in the bars
The tour let you visit all the maain premises of the fortress and other extra, such as excellent collection of interesting exibithions (old style houses furnituring, old job tools, chasing museum, collection of pr...
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#21 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
The museum was easy to navigate and the staff friendly and helpful.
Wonderful museum not to be missed while in Romagna (Adriatic Coast), visited at the time when "L'Eterno e il Tempo tra Michelangelo e Caravaggio was on exhibit
#22 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
Housed in a beautiful Renaissance palazzo, a small but beautifully displayed collection of historic violins, flutes, keyboards as well as handwritten music manuscripts by Mozart, Rossini and other great composers.
From the history of the collection to the exhibits of instruments, musical manuscripts and composers' portraits, everything is well set out.
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#23 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
And it is well worth going to Sassuolo to see the frescoes in the d’Este palace there, including the wonderful gallery by Boulanger, one of the best unknown masterpieces in Italy.
The museum was formed around the collection of paintings owned by the Este family, particularly Italian and local paintings ranginging from the 14th to 18th centuries.
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#24 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
The frescoes are beautiful and the subject matter is violent and disturbing.The legacy is that this marvellous space is used to perpetuate the arts.
Bologna’s Sistine Chapel
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#25 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
Witness of the local artistic history from the eleventh century to the early twentieth century, the Museum offers the thrill of discovering the Malatesta Rimini through the paintings of the 14th century Rimini Sch...
From prehistory through the Roman era (a very large and extremely interesting section of the museum), to the middle ages and the glorious Renaissance period (some big names in the Pinacoteca), the 1600s and up to...
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#26 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
#27 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
In 1545 Pope Paul III detached the cities of Parma and Piacenza from the Duchy of Milan to create the Duchy of Parma and Piacenza headed by his son Pierluigi Farnese who chose this Palace as his fortified residence.
I love Palazzo Farnese, it is so beautiful, inside and outside There are some Musei inside with different type of civic museum, that one of arm, of carriages, of Risorgimento, archeological.
#28 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
The museum, which offers the view of precious frescoes detached from buildings in Ferrara now lost and preserves precious paintings and sculptures by great artists such as Donatello or Alfonso Lombardi, gives visi...
Spend a day in Ferrara, contemplating great art and cultural treasures, those you can’t take with you! ...And visit Polissena's Rooms at Casa Romei!
#29 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
Found this little gem of a museum which combines a fascinating history of keyboard instruments from harpsichords of the 1500s to the modern piano in the beautiful setting of an old church.
... chapel - containing incredible (principally) keyboard instruments including elaborately decorated harpsicords, unusual pianos, dulcitone, organs from various European countries dating back five centuries.
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#30 of 585 Museums in Emilia-Romagna
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