Museo Nazionale Di Palazzo Mansi
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If you visit Lucca you have to see this old palace and the painting of the little Pinacoteca. I love this place, it is part of the history of the city !!!
An art collection displayed in a Baroque palace, formerly belonging to the Mansi family, and located in central Lucca. Many of the original room decorations remain in place.
The Museo Nazionale di Palazzo Mansi is one of the two main art museum hosting tapestry collections and mainly post-19th century art collections owned by the city of Lucca, Italy. The collection is displayed in the Baroque palace, formerly belonging to the Mansi family, and located in central Lucca…
The Palace stands as a testimony to the centuries-old history of the Mansi family that, since the 16th century, was able to diversify its business by engaging not only in the traditional agricultural.
One of the two National Museums of lucca. A beautifull immersion in the rooms and paintings of the Palazzo of one of the main families of the city.
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