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This building is in the heart of the historic center and is home to the Palatina library, the archeological museum, the ... More
Palazzo della Pilotta
This building is in the heart of the historic center and is home to the Palatina library, the archeological museum, the national gallery, the Farnese theatre, the Institute of the History of Art of the University of Parma and the headquarters of the Parma and Piacenza galleries and the Toschi Art Institute. The building dates from 1583 and takes its name from the Basque game of Pelota, which was played in the courtyard. In the course of time, the fascinating building has undergone many changes and was partially rebuilt after the bombings of 1944.
Italy, is famous across the globe for its art and creativity. As a part of this rich culture, Glauco Lombardi
established the Museo Lombardi. It houses a vast collection of heritage items and art peices. It includes historcial collection ...
Count Giulio Rangoni, lord of Roccabianca, bought this building from Bartolomeo Cantelli in 1572. It is now home to the
prefecture. In the course of time it became an object of dispute between the heirs, in 1690 part of ...
The Museo Bodoniano is located on the top floor of the historic Palazzo della Pilotta . It is entirely dedicated
to the work of the typographer Giambattista Bodoni who ran the ducal printing house from 1768 onwards, turning it ...
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