VIA DIAZ, 27 (Trieste)

Oggi: 9:00 AM-7:00 PM
5:54 PM-5:54 PM

The Revoltella Museum in Trieste, elegant urban residence in the Renaissance style, was built between 1854 and 1858, on Berlin's project f. Hitzig, a pupil of Schinkel, at the behest of Baron Pasquale Revoltella, which at his death (1869) donated to Museum and left the city.
Inside, the Museum Revoltella, is characterized by a spectacular spiral staircase that connects the three floors, preserves the original decorations and furnishings (inlaid floors, painted ceilings, stucco coatings), as well as a large collection of art (marble groups of Magni, historical scenes, landscapes and portraits of the first half of the 19th century).
In this century the Revoltella Museum grew in the adjacent Palazzo Brunner which today houses one of the most important collections of modern art in Italy (works of Hayez, factors, Dalton, Morelli, palaces, Nono, Favretto, Bistolfi, Pascoe, von Stuck, Morandi, fountain, etc.).

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