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The Museum "Casa Natale di Gabriele D'Annunzio" occupies the first floor of the building where he was born and spent his childhood and the poet still retains the original nineteenth-century atmosphere, with its elegant wall decorations and period furnishings, who returns in his work in the form of visions, memories and impressions, related mainly to the strong value that he had family affections.
Visiting again the succession of the first five stanzas, which constitute the core of the House-Museum, each of which is the description that the poet is in the night. The following were intended for d
Built between 1933 and 1938 on the ruins of the ancient Church of Holy Jerusalem, located in the Romanesque period (as shown by the remains of the Church). The construction of the new church was strongly supported by Gabriele D'Annunzio, which provided its financial funds and also asked Cesare Bazzani to implement the project.
The Church houses the tomb of the poet's mother, Luisa D'Annunzio, and you can admire a painting by Guercino, San Francesco, donato D'Annunzio himself.
Begun in the 17th century in the Baroque style and later incorporated in the eighteenth century from the present, in neoclassical style. Near the basilica there are two fountains, including one dating back with certainty to the 1,700 and presumably also the other part, together with the convent began in the 19th century.
Is a great work that characterizes the landscape of the city and joining, since 2009, the two rivers to the North and South of the river. It is a bicycle and pedestrian bridge of 465 metres sail-shaped, which suspended part is based on a steel pillar is anchored on the North Bank of the river and positioned at an angle compared to the trajectory of the river.
Is an ex liquor factory of Aurum, restored and reopened to the public in the museum function-in 2007, multi-purpose with a structure originally designed by Antonino free as the seaside lido Pescara, thriving economy and then modified to take the shape of a horseshoe by Giovanni Michelucci.
Il museo prende vita dall'unione di due collezioni che nel 1973 si trovavano esposta nella vicina Casa Natale di D'Annunzio: quella che raccoglieva materiali preistorici e protostorici rinvenuti nella zona alla fine degli anni Sessanta, e quella composta da oggetti e documenti della vita agro-pastorale delle popolazioni abruzzesi. Ospitato oggi nella parte non demolita della fortezza di Pescara, di cui si conserva ancora il cosiddetto "bagno borbonico", il museo si divide in numerose sale che narrano il persistere nei lunghi secoli di storia della regione di usi e costumi legati ai modi di viv
It is the main monument of the city. It was built in 1986, travertine marble. Commissioned by the city to spruce up the waterfront, was inaugurated on July 4, 1987 in Piazza I maggio. The sculpture represents a rowing boat and evokes the vocation of the city fisheries and Bagno borbonico prisoners used as oarsmen on ships until 1859. This is the main monument of the city. It was built in 1986, travertine marble. Commissioned by the city to spruce up the waterfront, was inaugurated on July 4, 1987 in Piazza I maggio. The sculpture represents a rowing boat and evokes the vocation of the city fis