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Palazzo Blu, Pisa

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In what was formerly the home of Count Giuli and his family, visit the art gallery and museum at Palazzo Blu. Inside the pale blue palace house, note Italianate architecture, luxurious furniture, and Renaissance art. In the permanent collection on the main floor of the museum, view paintings by artists such as Cecco di Pietro, Taddeo di Bartolo, Vincenzo Foppa, and Luigi Gioli. Arrange your visit to Palazzo Blu and discover more family-friendly attractions in Pisa using our Pisa day trip planner.
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  • Situated along the river Arno, amongst other spectacular buildings of Pisa. I spent a good two hours walking round the museum. Looking at art throughout the years to venturing in to the unique rooms.....  more
    Situated along the river Arno, amongst other spectacular buildings of Pisa. I spent a good two hours walking round the museum. Looking at art throughout the years to venturing in to the unique rooms.....  more »
  • For those who had heard of Italian Futurism but can not trace its roots or remember the main players nor can recall seeing many futurists sculptures, paintings, posters, and even toys. Go to Palazzo.....  more
    For those who had heard of Italian Futurism but can not trace its roots or remember the main players nor can recall seeing many futurists sculptures, paintings, posters, and even toys. Go to Palazzo.....  more »
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  • Such a great museum for those who love antique coins and beautiful interiors. You can see coins dated 540 BC - mind-blowing! Thank you for not sending people in a different building to get a ticket or create other inconveniences for customers like many other attractions in Italy do. Easily the best thing you can spend 3 euro for.
  • A very interesting exhibition that makes you think. Beautiful photos are definitely worth seeing. Parts of the exhibition are found in the ocean plastic bottles, containers that still look the same after 40/50 years. The entire exhibition prompts you to think about what impact we as a human have on the environment and how much we still don’t know.

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