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This is the House where Raphael Bendandi (1893-1979), seismologist and astronomer from Faenza, lived and housed the theater research laboratory findings in several scientific fields, particularly on earthquakes. The Museum allows visitors to learn more about the life and activity of the researcher is thanks to documents, monographs, articles, books, furniture, personal items, photographs, either through some equipment. Among the most interesting items are some examples of seismographs, still working, and the ' fixed ' Planetarium on the cellar by the Franciscan father John Lacy.
La chiesetta di San Lazzaro si trova a 4 chilometri da Faenza, lungo la via Emilia in direzione Forlì. Attualmente la chiesa svolge la funzione di "Tempio ai caduti sulla strada" ed è visitabile solo su richiesta.
La chiesa fu costruita per la funzione di lazzaretto per i lebbrosi che entravano a Faenza. Venne edificata tra il XII e il XIII secolo e rappresenta un notevole esempio di architettura romanica.
Fu ristrutturata negli anni novanta del Novecento, in conseguenza di un incidente mortale in cui un autocarro vi si schiantò sfondando l'abside.
All'interno possiamo trovare una croce dipinta d
Faenza Cathedral (Italian: Duomo di Faenza, Cattedrale di San Pietro Apostolo) is a Roman Catholic cathedral built in the style of the Tuscan Renaissance in central Faenza, Italy. It is the seat of the Bishop of Faenza-Modigliana and is dedicated to Saint Peter the Apostle.
Set up by 2002 in what was the workshop of ceramist from Faenza Carlo Zauli (1926-2002), is managed by the family of the artist in synergy with the International Museum of ceramics. Offers an insight into anthology in Zauli early 50 's to 90 's, unveiling the visitor searching for an artist from a Potter became sculptor without ever betraying its roots. This path is enriched by a visit by historians study environments-workshop: from the basement to the clays, glazes from furnaces to large reliefs, where the sod of Earth became sculpture: illustrates the techniques used by master testified by t
Established in 1980, until 1993 is managed by the municipality in collaboration with the Associazione Pangea and the Gruppo Speleologico of Faenza. The original nucleus of materials consists of the ornithological and Entomological collections by Domenico Malmerendi (1900-1980) and abiologici materials of the Speleological Museum. Malmerendiana ornithological collection, begun in 1923, consists of over two thousand three hundred specimens representative of the regional and national bird, with a core of exotic finds. The Entomological collection of the same donation, quantifiable in addition ott
Its origin dates back to 1904, when it was staged in a room permanently attached to the Municipal Gallery, an exhibition dedicated to the contribution of the Italian Risorgimento from Faenza, already presented at the regional exhibition of Romagna in Ravenna. Around the 1920s, the Museum was closed to allow an extension of the exhibition spaces of the Gallery, while the preparation of an exhibition on Italian independence determined the further increase with documents and memorabilia about the first world war. In 1929 it was reopened and placed in the premises of the library by the then Direct
Originates from Faenza by adoption donation Arnaldo Minardi, theater enthusiast, and was established in 1931 at the municipal library. Since 1984 has an Office on the top floor of Palazzo Milzetti lived, with the exception of paper materials, books, autographs and photographs of artists, remained in its original place. Amount to approximately the 20th century pieces from the collection, including stage costumes and accessories, sketches, scenes of Romolo Liverani; also on display are a painted wooden model of the proscenium Theater Masini, a gallery of portraits of composers and performers of
The Archbishop's Palace were opened in 2000 on the occasion of the Jubilee in response to requests of those who wanted to admire the works in the Museum collection, without programming the opening according to days and times. You can visit the two rooms where he stayed the blessed Pope John XXIII when, still the Patriarch of Venice, was a guest of his friend and fellow countryman monsignor Giuseppe Battaglia. Altogether are now open to the public the chapel of s. Apollinare, the great throne room and four rooms of the apartment ' Cardinal Durazzo. In these environments decorated altarpieces an