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Discover 3 places to see in Novellara

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Museo Civico "Gonzaga"

The Museum, housed on the first floor of the rocca di Novellara, spread along 13 exhibition halls, five of which were devoted to Lelio Orsi, artist for forty years of Gonzaga, where he was transferred by the painter painted cycle in the Central Hall of the Casino above, on the basis of the indications of the iconographic Count Camillo, presumably in 1558. In the castle there are also marble fireplaces of Verona by the same designed bears and some of the original coffered ceilings as well as furniture, pottery, coins of the local Mint and vases, which constitute a precious collection of approxi


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Museo della Civiltà Contadina

Opened in the 1970s in the Rocca dei Gonzaga, the Museum collects about five thousand items, 3,000 of which are exposed in the basement of the North Wing according to historical criteria intended to insert environmental reconstruction and presentation of production cycles. They are so represented large agricultural works, from soil preparation to harvesting of products; the barn, dairy, pork processing, mill. Between replicated environments include the kitchen, the bedroom, the room devoted to women's work: spinning, weaving and laundry. I then rebuilt the different stages of processing of hem


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Teatro della Rocca

You for certain the existence of an ancient comedy room at the Court of the rulers of Jerusalem since the second half of the 16th century. In a letter to conte Alfonso I Gonzaga in 1567 it is said that the ' scene ' is almost accomplished and Lelio [Bears] can begin to paint it. The January 28, 1568, during the festivities for the wedding of Gonzaga above, this Hall was inaugurated with a performance-intermezzos enriched rare and new-the brainchild of tal messere Mutio Busi of Novellara, while the beautiful scenic apparatus would work precisely by Lelio Orsi (cfr. Mahir 1988, p. 5). This ancie


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