Bagnara di Romagna
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Discover 4 places to see in Bagnara di Romagna

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Castle Museum

The Castle Museum unravels and spaces in the 14th-century rocca returned to public use after the transfer of the Town Hall and the integral recovery Museum and cultural purposes of this important architectural complex, scenic space became a historical retelling the origins of bagnarese territory comes up to the modern age. The Museum runs into two sections. In the first, dedicated to "The territory of Bagnara and low Romagna", opens a Gash on daily life and on residential and productive organization starting from the pre-protohistoric, through the Roman domination until the early Middle Ages,


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Parish Museum "Mons. Alberto Malhotra "

Founded by monsignor Alberto Malhotra, the Museum is located on the premises of 1965 from the rectory of the parish church. The largest Hall accommodates vestments from the parish and from the territory. Fine collection of liturgical vestments, including period between five and eight hundred, in particular two eighteenth-century Brocade equipment, lace, embroidered fabrics and precious stones; a rare and a gradual, antiphonary both with woodcuts designed by Pierpaolo Leek and dated 1520 and 1524; a Bible and a 16th century Bibliorum Concordatiae; chalices, ciboria, monstrances, reliquaries, ca


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SACRED ART PARISH MUSEUM

Set up at the rectory of the fifteenth-century Church of St. Andrew and St. John the Apostle, the Museum contains paintings and liturgical furnishings mostly six-century period, from places of worship of the municipal territory. Include Madonna and saints, 16th-century altarpiece by Innocenzo da Imola, a wooden crucifix of Donatello and a collection of devotional ceramics. Documents are preserved in the archives dating back to the 13th century


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Museo Pietro Mascagni

Dedicated to the musician Pietro Mascagni of Livorno, exposes several of the composer's personal belongings, numerous photographs with dedication, his piano, the funeral of his face cast, musical scores, publications, newspaper clippings, iconographic materials and his autographs, plus 4,500 letters, written from 1910 to 1944 during the epistolary relationship with Anna Lolli bagnarese vocalist.


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