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The Museum was housed in the historic Palazzo Rocca, which is the part that served as a warehouse and stable, and exposes the fruits of research conducted in the Tigullio Gulf. Are therefore visible artifacts of Jasper of the Middle Palaeolithic (around 60000 years ago) recovered near Lake Bargone (Casarza Ligure, GE), the burial of the copper age of first small cave Ciappa in Val Frascarese (Castiglione Chiavarese, GE), the findings of the same time carried out upstream cliff in Lagorara Valley, the largest open-air prehistoric quarry of Jasper in Europe , and those of Monte Loreto, at Willen
Lorenzo Garaventa Museum opened in 1997 in the presence of the sculptor who since 1990 has donated more than sixty works: plasters, busts and terracotta sculptures are exhibited in a dining room, while the bronzes and marbles are housed in a terraced garden. It comes with the purpose of preserving and enhancing the art of sculptor and acquaint visitors with the materials and compositional techniques. The the donation includes more than 60 works and over 1500 preparatory drawings and sketches (the latter are preserved in the quadreria Cassani Copello). the operas, made from the 30 's to the
Opened in 2001 as a result of an agreement between the Diocesan Seminary and the city of Chiavari, reflects the heritage of the physics Cabinet established in 1828 by father Giovanni Maria Pittaluga. In 1884 joined the weather Observatory-for the initiative of the priest Baine in collaboration with Father Francesco Denza (the founder of the Italian Meteorological Society and the National Meteorological network). The current naming is reminiscent of two priests who have long lent their teaching and scientific surveys in the Observatory. the importance of super Observatory by far that of the ph
The Museum, opened in 1982, is born from the will to preserve and make known the numerous chiavaresi citizens and the important documents that testify to the profound cimenli bond of Chiavari and its hinterland with the protagonists of the Risorgimento: the Museum, in fact, the family trees of garibaldi, mazzini and Bixio attesting to their origins chiavaresi. the main documents include numerous partisans autograph letters of garibaldi and Mazzini 40 original booklets, "Giobane" and the original printing of the list of participants in the expedition of the thousand. The numerous lithographs o
Open to the public since 1987. Palazzo Costaguta Rocca appears now as the pinacoteca, according to volont? by Giuseppe Rocca that it should, on the basis of the transformations already? operated by Grimaldi, the current look of bourgeois dwelling. Today the way pu? read following three array: the Museum of the city; the living museum and the pinacoteca. the latter presents a selection of paintings relating mainly to the Genoese and Flemish 17th century as the "Three Fates" by bernardo Strozzi, "St. Matthew and the Angel" by Valerio Castello, "Jacob and Laban" by Bartolomeo Banda and the "lan
The Museum, established on the initiative of the Episcopal Curia and in collaboration with the Superintendence for the artistic and historical heritage of Liguria, is housed on the first floor of the Palace in a series of premises that were previously partially used as the library of the adjoining Seminary. opened in June 1984, the Museum contains paintings, sculptures, silverware and textiles belonging to both Churches still officiate at religious complexes both no today? existing. Compared to similar exhibition facilities the Museum of Chiavari? characterized by the absence of a major nucl
The purpose of the picture gallery are the ones to preserve and enhance the works of both artists city natives and chiavaresi by adoption. The Museum houses paintings and sculptures of different epochs: ancient pi work dates back to the 15th century, the most recent are from the second half of ' 900. The most prestigious opera the "Cabinet of amateur" by Frans Francken II dated in the first quarter of 1600. Several works of the masters of the ' 900: Gaetano Previati, Emanuele Rambaldi, flax, Paolo Nights Perissi Rodocanachi, Santiago Cogorno, Pierluigi Lavagnino, Luiso Sturla, Mario Rocca, Fa