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The palace was built at the beginning of the XVI century by marquess Francesco II as the suburban retreat for the court.
It was subsequently abandoned when Francesco’s successor Federico II ordered to build the neighbouring Palazzo Te on the former Gonzaga horses stables, and...More
Very nice visit to the city museum close to the Te Palace. The ticket includes the two entrances and it worths the visit. Nicely illuminated and exposed statues and late renaissance paintings. Carefully take bottles one by one from to the distributor close to the...More
Unless you want to see the Alberti church nearby through a tour guide provided by the museum .. there is no reason to visit this place. Third rate objects and rude staff. Not a single chair to sit down for a moment either
The museum and accompanying buildings have a calm feel and, if you're in that area of the city, are worth a visit. The Palazzo itself can be done very quickly - it is currently hosting a photo exhibition for Mantova Creativa, which meant that it...More