Estense Gallery


Today these buildings are the purest example of Romanesque art in Europe. The Abbey of San Silvestre, in the town of Nonantola, is a destination that cannot escape from your route. Built in the 6th century, has undergone several modifications. The latter corresponds to the 10th century and is a real jewel of Romanesque style. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit MongoDB. You must visit the Palace Museum (Palazzo dei Musei) as we remembered was built by the East in 1753. Destined for Arsenal, then became poor Hospice and since 1883 hosts major cultural institutions, including the Estense Gallery, with works by El Greco, Velazquez and many other grandmasters. It also houses the Estense library, where the Bible stands of Borso d East go to the Romanesque school is an Academy for the diffusion of the Italian language: is the ideal place for those who want to begin or deepen the study of Italian and make it an instrument of knowledge of our culture.

Romanesque organizes Italian language and culture courses open to students of all ages and nationalities and offers a programme of free time pleasant, curious and full of surprises. Romanesque is located in Modena, in the historic center: classrooms decorated with frescoes from the Palace of 17th century in which the school has headquarters are a suggestive starting point to start discovering the everyday rhythm of a city beautiful, nice and unique. Of course, your meal should enjoy traditionally dishes are very abundant and succulent. Very tasty is the zampone, a leg of pork stuffed, accompanied by a delicious garnish of lentils. Another protagonist of this cuisine is local balsamic, considered one of the best in the world by the particular taste which prints each dish. When it comes to dessert, eat delicious cherries Vinola, which can be accompanied with a chestnut cake, called castagnaccio. Original author and source of the article.

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