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I absolutely recommend this museum for the quality of the collection, one of the best in the world in the typewriter field. The museum is brand new and well organized; all the captions are translated in English. Overall a very pleasant addition to the classicak...More
Go to the top floor which has objects removed from the cathedral when it restored to its original state. Monuments were taken out and initially just dumped. A huge altar piece has now been put together in the museum. This floor also has a good...More
I didn't expect to get much out of this place, but it proved to be really engrossing with amazing and lovely old writing machines of every type dating back to the mid-late 1800s. Very well worth a visit
This exhibition of typewriters from 1873 through the ages is really beautifully curated. The typewriters themselves are fascinating and some very lovely. I especially liked some of the portable ones and the way they were displayed. A great exhibit.
You will have to ask at the desk in the Museo Diocesano di Trani and they will unlock this hidden gem of a museum, reclaimed from a church, taken over from the original synagogue. But it's worth the ask and the short (100 m) walk....More
The top floor of this museum houses a collection of antiquities from Trani, as well as original sculptures from the exterior of the cathedral. The display of sacred vessels and vestments on this floor is very small for a diocesan museum. One reviewer was glad...More
I think of museums being mostly old stuff but this has a lot of new things too. Typewriters are a big feature. It is really more like an art gallery than a museum. The name is a bit off putting because you may think it...More