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Museo nazionale dell'età neoclassica in Romagna - Palazzo Milzetti

Faenza

The Palazzo Milzetti is the National Museum and represents the neoclassical age in Romagna. The neoclassical building is the result of the restructuring of an ancient building which took place between 1792 and 1808. Some of the greatest artists of the Italian neoclassicism period, like the architects Pistocchi Giuseppe and Antonio Antolini, the painter Felice Giani and his large number of students and collaborators as well as the sculptors and Giovan Antonio Trentanove and Giovan Battista Ballanti Graziani. Inside, the original decor remains and has been integrated with some recent acquisitions. Milzetti Palace, with much of the surrounding garden, was acquired by the State in 1974. Since 1984 it has been managed by the Department of Cultural Heritage of Bologna and since 2001 is the National Museum. It is a palace-museum representing the neoclassicism period which deeply influenced the States of the Church and in particular Faenza in Romagna, where the Palazzo Milzetti played an important cultural role in building territorial relations.

Address

via Tonducci, 15
48018 Faenza

Timetables

Monday-Saturday-holydays 8.30 am-6.30 pm; Sunday 12.30-6.30 pm

Situazione Emergenziale Aperture :

Aperture Attive

Information

www.polomusealeemiliaromagna.beniculturali.it/musei
pm-ero.pamilzetti-ra@beniculturali.it
Ph: +39 0546 26493
Closure: Sunday morning
Full: 4,00 €
Reduced: 2,00 €