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MUSEO CASA CHRISTMAS "FILIPPO CORRIDONI"

The visitor is greeted by Charlie myth.
On the first floor, in the room, where you will find the symbols of hearth and home, are placed the affected family, his childhood and early training.  It goes on in the other room with his political and Trade Union agitator. The anti-militarism of the beginnings, the first exile, the agrarian strike of Parma of 1908, his militancy in Milan, struggles against the war of Libya, the Italian Trade Union training. Synthesis of frenzied activity, marked by frequent condemnations, in which Charlie won on the fame of extraordinary capopolo. On the second floor w


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Pinacoteca Comunale

The collection includes paintings, dating from the 16TH to the 19th century. Among the most valuable paintings include: an altarpiece of 1564 attributed to Nobles from Caldarola During (Virgin and child with SS. Jerome and John the Baptist, Mary Magdalene); a Madonna and child and saints in the 16th century attributed to the same author; the Immaculate Conception (1558) by Pompeo Morganti from Fano; a depiction of the marriage at Cana made in the period between ' 500 and ' 600 by a follower of Barrocci Fedederico. There are other names of prominent artists: Pier Fahl, Francesco Trevisani, Giov


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PARISH PICTURE GALLERY

Since 1960 the gallery has been located in premises adjacent to Corridonia’s SS Pietro, Paolo e Donato parish church. There are eight panels and canvases from different churches in the town, which is still part of the diocese of Fermo. The small museum is outstanding for the quality of its exhibits and the variety of cultural influences testified by the works.. From Tuscany there is a panel with gold background depicting St Francis and attributed to Sassetta. The collection closes with a beautiful Our Lady of Carmel (1605-1610) by Tuscan painter Cristoforo Roncalli, known as Pomarancio, and an


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