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Pinacoteca Provinciale Salerno

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PROVINCIAL PICTURE GALLERY – UNEXPECTED DELIGHT

This is a small museum, located in the old Palazzo Pinto building, meant for local exhibits. In... read more

Reviewed 17 July 2018
atulya_sinha
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Sonepur, India
Lovely palazzo - cool and peaceful inside

Directly opposite the Museo Virtuale . This small museum is free to enter and well worth a short... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2018
vessi80
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North Lanarkshire, United Kingdom
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16 Jul 2018
“PROVINCIAL PICTURE GALLERY – UNEXPECTED DELIGHT”
27 May 2018
“Lovely palazzo - cool and peaceful inside”
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Palazzo Pinto Via Mercanti, 63, Salerno, Italy
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Reviewed 17 July 2018

This is a small museum, located in the old Palazzo Pinto building, meant for local exhibits. In addition to paintings, they have mostly books, maps and prints on display – which are invariably in Italian and of limited interest to tourists. At the time of...More

Thank atulya_sinha
Reviewed 27 May 2018

Directly opposite the Museo Virtuale . This small museum is free to enter and well worth a short visit if only to admire the interior. Some lovely landscape paintings of the Amalfi coast and there is a sculpture exhibition due to finish on the 3rd...More

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Reviewed 20 February 2017

The gallery is on the first floor of the Palazzo Pinto. The Pinto family have quite a history in the town, and in a small room one can see the pictures of some. The main gallery is interesting with works by mainly local artists.

Thank Trevor R
Reviewed 8 November 2015

This small, free museum was right across the street from our hotel so we thought we'd stop in. One absolutely killer 15th c. altarpiece, but the rest of the paintings are either third-rate local Caravaggio rip-offs or unskilled regional work. Still, I like going to...More

Thank moorejjbb
Reviewed 21 June 2015

Fabulous and diverse collection, mainly local artists. Really worth seeing. A large collection. Can't believe it was free! There wasn't even anywhere to leave a donation.

Thank DualFishy
Reviewed 8 June 2015

in this museum you may find pictures of 1800 and temporary exhibitions. the palace was an ancient aristocratic home.

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Reviewed 8 February 2015 via mobile

It was interesting how they displayed paintings from the Salerno and Amalfi Coast area with current modern art work. The modern items may have been a special exhibit when we visited. The museum is housed in the Pinto Villa - which was interesting also. They...More

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