The camposanto is a beautiful old cemetery built in 1278 by architect Giovanni di Simone. It contains a big collection of sarcophagus and some beautiful frescoes that have been restored from a massive fire that took place in WWII.
Price : 5 euro
Palazzo Blu is along the Arno river in the heart of the historical city of Pisa.
This building was restored, and made into a museum. Palazzo Blu has a permanent collection of artworks, as well as beautiful decorated rooms.
Every year the museum showcases exhibits of famous artists such as Picasso, Chagall, Kandinsky, Miro, and others.
Currently is showing Artemisia Gentileschi.
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Museo di Anatomia Umana “F. Civinini”
The Museum of human anatomy F. Civini, was founded on November 15, 1832. The museum has about 3400 medical reports divided into various sections, such as archaeological material, a rich historical library, and a wonderful collection of Anatomical tables by Paolo Mascagni.
Pisa was one of the first universities to possess an anatomy school. The teaching of human anatomy began by Cosimo I de 'Medici, who built an anatomical theater in Via della Sapienza. Just at that time, thanks to Andreas Vesalius (1514-1564) the dissection of human corpses ceased to be a clandestine practice to become an investigative tool, encouraged and regulated by special regulations.
To visit the museum you must make an appointment and is free. Photos will be posted in two weeks when I get the chance to visit it.
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Teatro Verdi's construction started on April 26, 1985. The foundations of the theater was constructed by using 3621 pine poles.
The interior of the theater was entrusted to the architect
Guiseppe Gardi while Simonelli designed the dome standing above the audience. On October 17, 1866 Annibale Gatti presented the sketch of the Triumph of Love, the fresco in the ceiling of the ballroom. He also designed a small "comodino" that was to be used during the changing of scenes. All decor in the theater inside and outside was entrusted to the best artisans of Pisa. The inauguration of the New Royal Theater was on November 12, 1867 with the opera of William Tell by Rossini.
The New Theatre Royal was opened on the evening of November 12, 1867 with the opera Guglielmo Tell by Rossini.
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