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And the art gallery biennial painted wall-Comune di Dozza (BO)

Located in the medieval town of Dozza, the 16th-century Fortress was the first residence of Caterina Sforza and later Malvezzi Campeggi family, from which the city administration has acquired in 1960. After proper restoration of the building and the establishment of outdoor Wall Art, painting in 1962 was opened to the public gallery of the wall painting, modern art gallery where more than one hundred eighty sketches of works that many artists have performed on the walls of the town; and some are preserved wall paintings torn because considered at high risk of damage by Riccardo Licata, Bruno S


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The Museum of the fortress of Dozza

The fortress is a historic building of thirtheenth that began as a military fortification, to turn in ' 500 in Manor House of the Malvezzi-Campeggi. The visit is divided among the paintings and furnishings of the rooms and the lounge on the first floor, the razor, the kitchens, the prisons, the towers, trenches and guard the courtyard double porch, with furnishings from different eras between 1400 and 1800. On the second floor are housed the Gallery of Wall Painting which exhibits a selection of preparatory sketches and related biennial rips Wall Painting and donating "Norma Maestas" with 22 w


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Sacred art parish Museum "Don g. Polo"

Opened to the public in 1978, is based in the building adjacent to the parish church of the assumption. Rebuilt in the late 15th century and restored between the 1942 and ' 45, the building of worship retains a bezel set with relief depicting the Virgin of Romanesque-Byzantine art, a painting by Marco Palmezzano (Virgin and child with Saints John the Baptist and Catherine, 1492) and good bolognese school paintings of age between the 16th and 17th centuries. Other furnishings are kept chiesastici in the adjacent Museum, along with items from places of worship of the surrounding countryside: pai


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