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Visit the 18th-century Palazzo Leopardi, birthplace of the poet, still inhabited by his descendants and located in piazza "Saturday the village" and admire the exhibition of objects and manuscripts by writer enables you to retrace the life, to understand the training.
The palazzo Leopardi Recanati overlooks the pitch that took the name from a famous opera by James, "on Saturday to the village". The current structure does not hit for a particular grandeur, but for its simple lines and elegant and you have the last restoration, performed in the 18th century by the architect Carlo Orazio Leopards,
Villa Colloredo Mels was purchased by the city of Recanati, who has opened in 1998 the musei civici di Recanati, divided into various sections with evidence documenting the history and art of Recanati from prehistory to the present day. It is divided into five sections: the archaeological section, which allows to know the organisation of a Neolithic community (6th millennium BC) until the iron age; the medieval section documenting the life of the city in the heyday includes, in addition to some high-quality paintings, the aforementioned Bull of Frederick II, with the rare golden seal, the St.
Inaugurated at the end of 2003, the Museum is currently the only brand that deals with painters of emigration. It consists of a pictorial section, where there are works by artists recanatesi and a section devoted to graphics. The Museum contains works of great importance; among the artists names: Virgilio Guidi, Domenico Purificato, Cesare Peruzzi. Two wings of the complex are: a monographic exhibition dedicated to Vladimir Tulli and Lorenzo Gigli, artist lived and died recanatese in Argentina. The Museum entrance is located the "wall", a work created by over seventy artists from all over the
The National Centre of studies Leopardiani was born in 1937 with the purpose of spreading the work of Giacomo Leopardi in Italy and in the world. In addition to a library consists of a museum divided into three basic sections: the first comprises a bio-bibliographical excursus on the poet presenting documentaries relating to his city, to family, to life and the environment in which he lived. A second section collects some of the paintings and graphics owned by the Center inspired by the poet. A third section contains audiovisual media for a presentation of Leopards more original and welcome to
The Museum is housed in the premises of the old Bishop's Palace, ancient building dating from 1240, which, after several renovations, was restored in 1957 to house the collection of sacred art Diocesan. The building is still annexed the Papal prisons including a guard room, a great room and two cells. The Museum is divided into two large rooms accessed through an artistic inlaid panels of door recanatese Vitaliano Benedettucci (1957). The collections of paintings, statues, ornaments and vestments that represent the artistic heritage of the Museum, come from churches and the sacristies o