This is the Galion that fell in the halcyon days of the port of Genova ... This is the famous ship in which Polanski recorded "Pirates". Obviously it is possible to visit this boat and have a fun time and it is suitable for both small and large groups! We discovered how pirates lived, and participated in the game!
We walked into this curious museum of the naval history of the city of La Spezia, is closely linked to the sea and travel. A piece of overseas history of Italy and their adventures after the conquests of the world, especially from a business perspective!. Don't forget that Genova is practically around the corner ;-)). It's one of those museums that goes unnoticed for being a bit cold, but once you enter, the amount of gadgets and history you find won't cease to impress you. We laughed a lot at this museum, because all of the other visitors were men and were surprised that three women were interested in naval history. We're travelers with curious minds!
The royal palace of the Sabauda family is, today, the splended National Museum, standing in the heart of the monumental Via Balbi. It was built in the seventeen century, inherited by Eugenio Durazzo in 1677, who transformed it into the stunning baroque building it is today. In 1824 it came into the possession of the Savoia family, who adopted it as their residence. Today it houses some stunning collections.
Sigillo Civic Museum (La Spezia) opened in 2000 and is located on the first floor of the Arts Building. The collection on display is a private stamp collection of 1500 pieces. The period between the 18th and 19th centuries was the most important for the production of stamps. Among some which are displayed behind glass are those by René Lalique, Art Nouveau. In one room are the stamps produced in the East in the period between the 4th century BC.
The Museum "Pinacoteca Civica" is one of the most visited places in Savona which is in the Italian province of Liguria. No doubt you won't forget it and you can share your memories with friends and family.
The Olive Museum Richard Hoggart, Chairman of the Board for the European Museum of the Year, director of the Olive Museum and the president of the Corporation Fratelli Carli, during the 1993 Annual Ceremony EMYA , in the Castle of the Dukes of Braganza, the official residence of the President of Portugal.
The Museo Navale Roman (Roman naval museum) offers guided tours with an appointment. It has a bookstore, and library and and the naval hall also has video. Here you can see supplies, tools and equipment dating from the first century BC, whose origin is related to the discovery of the wreck of a Roman ship that sank off the coast of Albenga.
Galleria Civica di Rocca palazzo was built by Bartolomeo Bianco in 1635, on behalf of a noble Genoese patron of art named Costaguta. It gets its name from the last owner of the Palace Rocca, Chiavari. This was a citizen who made his fortune in South America and later bought the building, transforming it into a house with all the comforts of a home in 900.
The Raccolta Darte Contemporanea R. Pastori is one of the most visited places in Savona in the Italian province of Liguria. You can see the best buildings of the entire area, and surely you'll get one of the most beautiful memories of the city.
The archeological museum and Protostoria which displays the prehistory of tigullio (Genova) is located on the ground floor of the seventeenth century Palazzo Rocca and has a collection of objects found in excavations in 1959 in the local cemetery VIII-VII. The objects are presented in chronological order. You can visit the museum Tuesday through Saturday from 9 to 13.15 and the second and fourth Sundays of each month from 14 to 19.30 horas. Admission is free and be sure to note that it is closed on Mondays.
La Fabbrica Casa Museo G. Mazzotti of 1903 exhibits works of hundreds of artists that went to the kilns of Mazzotti since 1903. The museum is open daily, including holidays, from 10-12 and 16-18. Admission is free and there´s also an exhibition space with temporary expositions. Guided tours are available.
The Museum of the Indians Communitas was opened in the year 1970 as a result of the joint efforts of the city, members of Communitas Diani, the Archeological Superintendence of Liguria and the International Institute of Ligurian Studies - it was opened in 1978, the second floor is located in the Imperia Palace Park.
The Museo dei Balzi preistorico rossi, is in the city of Imperia. Almost at the border with France, the promontory of Balzi Rossi is one of the main prehistoric attractions in Europe. in a rock wall to descend to the ocean, and is a reddish color of the rock. The first investigators were French scientist de Saussure and Prince of Monaco Florestano I close. The museum was founded in the nineteenth century by Thomas Hanbury, an Englishman in love with this area of Liguria, whose town is surrounded by lovely vegetation.
The kitchen was rebuilt according to tradition with a fireplace and dryer that seems to let you taste the flavors of the past. The different objects that are there, such as the lights, and the tripod, seem to take us back to a time when families sat together around the fire to tell stories and passed stories down from generation to generation. Dairy and sheep are subject to a small room adjoining the kitchen. The various tools to talk about an activity that survives in some areas as the Valley of the Abenin Deer.
Civic EMuseo ingauno (Savona ,The Archaeological Museum), situated in the Palazzo del Comune Vecchio, Albingaunum presents the history of ancient Roman and Byzantine inscriptions,with urns and stone fragments. La Loggia, built in 1421, has a tiled floor from the first century AD. An imperial marble puteal from the late medieval era, and ancient inscriptions brought together by the town of Albenga. On the back wall is the great fresco of the Crucifixion by Giovanni Canavesio, from the late fifteenth century. Museum takes you to the Baptistery, one the most important early Christian monuments in Liguria. In a niche in front of the entrance, is a mosaic of the late fifth century.