Pinacoteca Nazionale Reviews
Le prix est passe de 4E a 8E, mais pas assez de monde pour surveiller les salles...donc une douzaine sont fermees. L indication est a l entree mais en Italien, nous ne l avions pas vue. Du coup nous n... more »The price goes from 4E to 8E, but not enough people to monitor the theaters ... so a dozen are firm. The indication is at the entere but in Italian, we had not seen it. So we could only see the religious halls.
Unico momento veramente bello e interessante di questa città è stata questa visita dove siamo state accolte da personale veramente molto gentile e disponibile, ci hanno dato molte informazioni prezios... more »The only really nice and interesting moment in this city was this visit where we were greeted by really very kind and helpful staff, they gave us a lot of valuable information and all this to the face of the private staff who only works for the Money. The difference in manners and professionalism of the state public staff who love her work was immediately noticed: the ladies in charge of the supervisory seemed almost historical of art and I give her a billion compliments, good good guys!
Museum consists of two parts: the second floor with old (12th - 14th century) paintings on wood (like crosses found above altars in churches), and on the first floor normal paintings from the 15th to 17th century. However there is a reoccuring theme in the whole collection, namely Madonna with child. The museum consists of about 37 rooms which take less than 2 hours. All in all I would recommend this museum because it is not too big and has a beautiful and rare collection.
The Pinacoteca is a gem for researchers and lovers of Italian renaissance art. Placed near the major attractions of the Piazza del Campo and the beautiful and unique Duomo. It has a unique collection of the Sienese school of painting- from Duccio and Simone Martini to major figures of the high renaissance as the excentric Sodoma to 2 exceptional paintings by Beccafumi. Not frequented by the wider public you can find yourselves enjoying the quiet and cool atmosphere on a hot day.
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