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Exposes the structures and traditions that characterize the most representative folk show in the city and one of the most watched of the Molise region, the festival of the mysteries, which takes place on the Sunday of the Corpus Domini, much loved and known Festival which takes place annually since 1768.
The part of the State-owned building was destined to museum space with the opening, on May 30, 2012, shows the colors of emotions. The Collecting of Giuseppe Ottavio Elisha and Michele Parsons to Campobasso and the Molise that offers a course in the Italian artistic production, and in particular, between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The exhibition is divided into four sections:
Miniature Baroque and romantic landscapes
The attraction of the True
Looking for an identity. Painters in Paris, Naples and Molise ... and ' mirror '
Paintings that look and shapes that break up, between classic
The Fondaco of the flour is a small widening important historical flavour to the city of Campobasso: it is precisely in this little square that were taxed farmers ' crops. You can still find "mezzacanna", which is a measuring instrument used for weighing and taxing the crop.
Palazzo San Giorgio, dedicated to Saint George (Patron Saint of the city of Campobasso, is currently the seat of the municipality of Campobasso and incorporates the Church of Santa Maria della Libera.
The Palace has a large portico with arches and large square pillars. The elegant façade is divided into three floors, and is surmounted by a clock dial at the base of which is written "City Hall."
Outside the Palace is an imposing statue depicting St. George on horseback, the patron saint of Campobasso, in the Act of killing a dragon.
In the small church in the palazzo San Giorgio, a 13th-centur
The eighteenth-century "Villa De Capoa", recovered with a thorough project, is one of the most charming places of the city.
The Park, adjacent to the former convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie was built in the 16th century by Andrea De Capoa. For nearly two centuries the reserve function of herbs that the monks of the convent used to create natural remedies. In the eighteenth century was bought by individuals and reorganized into the park itself. Finally, in the nineteenth century the Countess Marianna de Capoa donated it to the city.
To enrich the evocative paths include mythological sculpt