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“It's the birthouse of the composer Giacomo Puccini. It worth a visit even if you aren't a big fan of its enchanting music.”
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History Museum
“ is the museum of the city and its territory, it exposes one of the richest and most interesting collections of works of art produced by artists born in Lucca and foreigners artists that worked in the city for the private or Church commissions. The core of the collection are the paintings who were originally Church property combined by the finds from excavations in the city, new acquisitions, gifts and deposits of various entities. In the late Gothic Villa, which was the home of Paolo Guinigi, Lord of Lucca in the first thirty years of the fifteenth Century (1400-1430) the exhibition traces the history of the city”
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“If you visit Lucca you have to see this old palace and the painting of the little Pinacoteca. I love this place, it is part of the history of the city !!!”
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“In the Museum are on display objects of art about the long tradition of devotion and affection to the Cathedral and the Volto Santo figure, an ancient crucifix, object of worship since the Middle Age.”
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“ it is an ancient aqueduct, but which leads to a very beautiful forest path, ideal for walking and visiting the rural areas of the city”
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“English Version The construction of Palazzo Pfanner dates back to 1660. It was the Moriconi family, members of the Lucca merchant patriciate, who commissioned the building. Overwhelmed by economic failure, the Moriconi family was forced in 1680 to sell the building to the Controni family, who were also silk merchants who ascended to the noble rank. The Controni family devoted themselves to enlarging the building: around 1686 they supervised the construction of the monumental staircase on a project, it is assumed, by the Lucchese architect Domenico Martinelli, active mainly in the European capitals of Vienna and Prague; in the early '700 they commissioned, in all probability to Filippo Juvarra, the redevelopment of the back garden; and in the same period they entrusted local "quadraturist" painters with the frescoing of the vaults of the staircase and the interiors of the noble residence. The story of the Pfanner family intertwines with the centuries-old history of the Palazzo. Towards the middle of the 1800s, it was Felix Pfanner, a brewer from Hörbranz (Austria), but of Bavarian family, who gradually bought the entire structure after having installed his brewery, one of the first in Italy, starting in 1846 . The historic Pfanner Brewery, a pleasant place of production and pouring between the garden and the cellars of the Palace, closed in 1929. The Palazzo is still owned by the Pfanner family, which, since 1995, has undertaken a challenging work by valorisation by promoting restoration and opening to visitors. With its grassy planes, the ornamental blooms, the tall trees and the lemon hollows that accompany the monumental theory of eighteenth-century statues depicting the divinities of the Greek Olympus and the Four Seasons, the garden of Palazzo Pfanner, clearly visible from the two different perspectives of the urban walls and the staircase, represents a valuable example of baroque garden lying in the heart of medieval Lucca. The octagonal basin at the intersection of the two central boulevards and the elegant lemon-house in the north, adorn a green space that at the end of the 1800s, in the middle of the Belle Époque, framed the Pfanner Brewery and, more recently, in 1996, it was chosen as the location for the film "Portrait of a Lady", played by Nicole Kidman and John Malkovich. The monumental staircase, immortalized in Monicelli's famous film "Il Marchese del Grillo" (1981), leads to the noble residence consisting of a large hall frescoed by Pietro Paolo Scorsini in the early 18th century, with richly furnished side rooms, from a bedroom where the idyll developed, in 1692, between Prince Frederick of Denmark and the noblewoman of Lucca Maria Maddalena Trenta, and from a historic kitchen. The residence houses a permanent exhibition of late 19th-century medical-surgical instruments that belonged to Pietro Pfanner, a distinguished doctor, philanthropist and mayor of Lucca from 1920 to 1922. La costruzione di Palazzo Pfanner risale al 1660. Furono i Moriconi, membri del patriziato mercantile lucchese, a commissionarne l’edificazione. Travolti dal fallimento economico, i Moriconi furono costretti nel 1680 a vendere l’edificio ai Controni, anch’essi mercanti della seta ascesi al rango nobiliare. I Controni si dedicarono all’ampliamento dell’edificio: verso il 1686 sovrintesero ai lavori per la realizzazione dello scalone monumentale su progetto, si presume, dell’architetto lucchese Domenico Martinelli, attivo soprattutto nelle capitali europeee di Vienna e Praga; nei primi del ’700 commissionarono, con ogni probabilità a Filippo Juvarra, la riqualificazione del giardino retrostante; e sempre nello stesso periodo affidarono a pittori ‘quadraturisti’ locali l’affrescatura delle volte dello scalone e degli interni della residenza nobiliare. La vicenda della famiglia Pfanner s’intreccia con la secolare storia del Palazzo. Verso la metà dell’800, fu infatti Felix Pfanner, birraio nativo di Hörbranz (Austria), ma di famiglia bavarese, ad acquistare progressivamente l’intera struttura dopo avervi istallato, a partire dal 1846, la sua birreria, una delle prime in Italia. La storica Birreria Pfanner, ameno luogo di produzione e mescita collocata tra il giardino e le cantine del Palazzo, chiuse nel 1929. Il Palazzo è tuttora di proprietà della famiglia Pfanner, la quale, a partire dal 1995, ha intrapreso un’impegnativa opera di valorizzazione promuovendone il restauro e l’apertura ai visitatori. Con i suoi piani erbosi, le fioriture ornamentali, le piante ad alto fusto e le conche di limoni che accompagnano la monumentale teoria di statue settecentesche raffiguranti le divinità dell’Olimpo greco e le Quattro Stagioni, il giardino di Palazzo Pfanner, ben visibile dalle due diverse prospettive delle Mura urbane e dello scalone, rappresenta un pregevole esempio di giardino barocco adagiato nel cuore della Lucca medievale. La vasca ottagonale posta all’intersezione dei due viali centrali e l’elegante limonaia a settentrione, ornano uno spazio verde che sul finire dell’800, in piena Belle Époque, fece da cornice alla Birreria Pfanner e, più recentemente, nel 1996, fu scelto come location per il film "Ritratto di signora", interpretato da Nicole Kidman e John Malkovich. Il monumentale scalone, immortalato nel celebre film di Monicelli "Il Marchese del Grillo" (1981), conduce alla residenza nobiliare costituita da un ampio salone affrescato da Pietro Paolo Scorsini nel primo ’700, da sale laterali riccamente ammobiliate, da una camera da letto dove di svolse l’idillio, nel 1692, tra il principe Federico di Danimarca e la nobildonna lucchese Maria Maddalena Trenta, e da una cucina storica. La residenza ospita un’esposizione permanente di strumenti medico-chirurgici di fine ’800 appartenuti a Pietro Pfanner, insigne medico, filantropo e sindaco di Lucca dal 1920 al 1922.”
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“...perché si mangia benissimo in un luogo incantato, realmente magico. Cucina creativa e molto particolare ma nello stesso tempo altrettanto sincera, non saprei definirla diversamente. ”
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“Pinocchio, the Talking Cricket, the Fairy with Turquoise Hair and all the others characters of "The Adventures of Pinocchio" were invented by the Florentine writer Carlo Lorenzini or Collodi.”
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“The villa, which is one of the most opulent and spectacular in the whole Lucca area, dates back to the mid-16th century. ”
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“English Version Museums In 1977 the Lucchese Association of Figurative Arts donated to the Municipality of Lucca 140 works of painting, sculpture and graphics, destined for the establishment of the Permanent Museum of Modern Art that enhances the important artistic heritage. Since then the collection has been enriched with numerous private donations, up to now located in the various municipal offices or preserved in deposits not accessible to the public. Promoted by the municipal administration in collaboration with the Opera delle Mura of Lucca, and curated by the ArteinLucca Cultural Association, ArTown illustrates for the first time to the public a selection of 60 works of art belonging to the civic collection. In this first corus, great names of the Lucchese art, from Renato Avanzinelli to Giannetto living rooms to the great Antonio Possenti and of the many others who attended Lucca. In ArTown's first exhibition, from 19 June to 31 July 2017, works by artists belonging to the first decades of the 20th century are exhibited, followed by a substantial group of paintings, sculptures and drawings created between 1960 and 1975, a period of intense artistic fervor and cultural also in our city. Thanks to the commitment of the ArteinLucca Association, some canvases have been subjected to cleaning and restoration, and a thorough photographic documentation of all the works destined for exhibition has been completed. The evocative spaces of the Casermetta of San Frediano have been made available to the Opera delle Mura di Lucca. Nel 1977 l’Associazione Lucchese di Arti Figurative, donò al Comune di Lucca 140 opere di pittura, scultura e grafica, destinate al costituendo Museo Civico di Arte Moderna permanente che valorizzi l’importante patrimonio artistico. Da allora la collezione si è arricchita di numerose donazioni private, fino ad oggi dislocate nei vari uffici comunali o conservate in depositi non accessibili al pubblico. Promossa dall’Amministrazione comunale in collaborazione con l’Opera delle Mura di Lucca, e curata dall’Associazione Culturale ArteinLucca, ArTown illustra per la prima volta al pubblico una selezione di 60 opere d’arte facenti parte della collezione civica. In questo primo corus, grandi nomi dell'arte lucchese, da Renato Avanzinelli a Giannetto salotti al grande Antonio Possenti e dei molti altri che hanno frequentato Lucca. Nel primo allestimento di ArTown, dal 19 giugno al 31 luglio 2017 sono esposte opere di artisti appartenenti ai primi decenni del XX secolo, seguiti da un gruppo consistente di dipinti, sculture e disegni realizzati tra 1960 e il 1975, periodo di intenso fervore artistico e culturale anche nella nostra città. Grazie all’impegno dell’Associazione ArteinLucca alcune tele sono state sottoposte a interventi di pulitura e restauro, ed è stata compiuta un’accurata documentazione fotografica di tutte le opere destinate all’esposizione. I suggestivi spazi della Casermetta di San Frediano sono stati messi a disposizione dell’Opera delle Mura di Lucca. ”
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“Lucca is a wonderful town very close to Pisa which is worth a visit and the Museum holds a great exhibition.”
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