Shocking Italy’s super-exquisite museums. When you travel to Italy, you must visit the museums. Italy is full of perfect and exquisite museums, and the style and content of each museum are different.▓╠╠╠ ▓▓, it is worthy of careful taste. The best way to understand a city is to visit its museum ∴∴∴. This time I came to the Revoltella Museum, which is named after Baron Pasquale. When I got off the car at the entrance of the museum, I was shocked by its luxurious appearance. It was so beautiful, like a palace. Tickets for the museum are not expensive, adults can visit this gorgeous museum as long as they are super cheap. As soon as you enter the museum, you can feel the luxurious and beautiful decoration style in the museum. Each room has luxurious lighting and gilded plaster sculptures. It is often beautiful! Even the curtains and wallpaper are made of golden yellow silk, which reveals a luxurious atmosphere everywhere. The museum also displays various famous Italian paintings and very exquisite marble statues collected by the Baron in the 19th century. The content of the entire exhibition hall is very rich ■②→←↑√, it is worth coming over and I suggest you come and play~Address: Via Armando Diaz, 27 34123 Trieste TS Transportation in Italy: Bus 8 to FER-13005 stop and walk for five minutes. Opening hours: 9:00-19:00, closed on Tuesdays Tickets: adult 7 Euros, seniors/children 5 Europe
The Revoltella Museum, located in the center of Trieste, is a collection of paintings by Italian nobles around the 17th century and ancient furniture. The museum's predecessor was the house of Italian nobles. The interior decoration is very particular. The various gold-plated handles and golden wallpaper make it very luxurious.
The museum preserves the baron’s aristocratic atmosphere. The room has radiant lighting, gilded plaster statues, silk wallpapers and golden curtains!