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Great Benedictine monastery. Its reconstruction in its present form began in 1490 and ends towards the 1519.
Adjacent to the Church, the monastery revolves around three cloisters: the first courtyard has an ionic Colonnade, the second contains some decorations by Correggio and the third, called chiostro di San Benedetto, frescoes of early ' 500. In large monastic complex there are also the four rooms of the ancient Spezieria,
Large octagonal building intended for the baptismal rite, is located next to the Bell Tower of the Cathedral on the same square. It was designed by Benedetto Antelami in a style that marks the transition from Romanesque to Gothic. The exterior is covered entirely in pink Verona marble.
The Interior consists of 16 arches that make up of niches containing frescoes and paintings dating back to the 13th and 14th centuries; the remarkable umbrella dome ceiling is painted with figures of Saints.
The Palatine Library in Parma has important old manuscripts and funds to print and mainly address humanist historian. It collects and retains editorial production national and local Italian-for the latter through the compulsory deposit of printed-and acquires publications documenting the developments of foreign culture, taking into account the specificity of its collections and the requirements of users. The library is intended to carry out study and research and to those who can not find in other libraries the works.
Located within the ancient complex of São Paulo, the Museum is among the most important in Italy for number of exhibits and historical and artistic value. Dedicated to Giordano Ferrari (1905-1987), puppeteer and collector of Parma, consists of more than 500 pieces including marionettes, puppets, puppets, stage sets, props, photographs, posters and scripts which together give life to a curious and stimulating Museum. The exhibition is divided into two routes: one of the puppets and the puppet master. In the first case the puppets were divided on the basis of several theatre companies and arrang
The Museum is unique in its kind. The collection, which includes work tools, equipment for distillation of wood and materials concerning preparations and the study of their image, the activity of the company from 1870, the year Borsari Foundation until the mid 1900. The collection, housed in the building built in the 30 's as home of the back offices of Borsari traces the history of the company that got its name from its founder , Lodovico. Since the end of the 19th century, when it was started the industrial production of fragrances (remember the "Violetta di Parma" inspired by Marie Louise,