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Top Things to do In Mantova 2021
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Top Things to do In Mantova 2021
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based on 204 reviews
Open on Mon-Fri,8:40am-6:45pm;Open on Sat,8:45am-1:30pm (Local time)
"The University of Bologna is worth a visit. It is known as one of the four cultural centers of Europe, which shows how brilliant it has been. Many celebrities have studied here or have been teachers here, and the campus is also very beautiful."
Biblioteca Sala Borsa
based on 1177 reviews
Open on Tue-Fri,10:00am-8:00pm;Open on Sat,10:00am-7:00pm (Local time)
"Entering the municipal library, the colors are bright, the main tone of yellow is decorated with gorgeous patterns, and there are huge light-transmitting windows in the upper atrium, which is very bright and spacious. Surrounding it are reading rooms and lending rooms. Walking on the floor of the first floor, you can see the remains of the ancient city wall through the glass floor, no wonder it becomes an attraction."
Biblioteca dell' Archiginnasio
Bologna Top 7 in Must-Visit Museums
"Located on the second floor of the Nasio Palace in Al Fund is the world’s first human anatomy laboratory. In the 16th century, Europe was still under strict Catholic control. The blasphemous behavior of human anatomy was forbidden, and the University of Bologna was granted permission. The anatomical experiments conducted here laid the foundation for contemporary medicine. Due to the war in the Second World War, this place was once destroyed by bombing. Fortunately, it took nearly half a century to rebuild after the war, and it has now regained its glory. On one side wall of the theater, a physician holds a long strip of object, which is actually a nose. Therefore, it is considered to be the first place to start research on human plastic surgery."
"Art conoisseurs knows this is one of the best and most overlooked Art museum in the world, with an impressive collection of Italian Renaissance paintings and a very well furnished library."
Palazzo della Sapienza
"The Palace of Wisdom is the dominant building on the central square of Pisa (not the Piazza dei Miracoli). The facade is square and the entrance is small but eye-catching. It is very close to the Pisa train station. You can come here when you get off the bus."
Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana
based on 138 reviews
Open from 12/24-12/31,Mon-Fri,9:30am-1:30pm;Open from 1/7-10/31,Mon-Fri,9:30am-3:30pm;Closed from 1/1-1/6;Closed on Sun (Local time)
"The long row of buildings next to the Campanile of San Marco is the San Marco Library, one of the largest libraries in Italy. Its history dates back to the 14th century, when Pertrarca and Cardinal Bressarion donated their private collection to this public library. There are currently more than 1 million items in the library, including books, manuscripts and other collections."
Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale
Open on Mon-Fri,8:15am-6:45pm;Open on Sat,8:15am-1:15pm (Local time)
"We stayed at the Lucchesi Hotel in Florence, next to the National Central Library. This building feels like it has a certain history. Unfortunately, our time in Florence is too short. It feels like there is an exhibition by Leonardo."
Open on Mon-Fri,8:00am-7:00pm;Open on Sat,8:00am-1:30am (Local time)
"The San Sono Library, the National Library of Venice, is one of the masterpieces of the famous Italian architect and sculptor Jacopo Sansovino. Jacopo Sansovino was born in Florence and was heavily influenced by Michelangelo and Raphael. The external structure of the library complements the Doge’s Palace opposite the small square. But many details, such as the sculpture of the saint on the roof, the continuous arch voucher, the repeated use of Ionian stigmas, and the exquisite sculptures, all remind people of Michelangelo's design. It is said that Napoleon plundered a lot of gold and silver treasures after arriving in Venice and shipped them back to France. However, Venice’s greatest treasures cannot be taken away, including the National Library. Piazza San Marco is known as the "heart of Venice", and the National Library has always been beating with the heart of the city, endlessly and never-ending..."
Laurentian Medici Library
Open on Mon-Fri,9:30am-1:00pm (Local time)
"It is highly recommended that you come here to see it with your own eyes and take the time to absorb and digest all the information here! The library is only open from 09:30-13:00, so everyone must come as soon as possible. After visiting the library, remember to look at other places: the cathedral, the chapel, the basement. The pass for these places is 9.5 pounds per person, which is too affordable!"
based on 6 reviews
"Some manuscripts of Galileo and his disciples are well preserved here, which is quite meaningful. For science fans, this place is simply a treasure, but for us, it may be just a matter of looking at the flowers."
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