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On our recent European trip, we spent five days in Chiusi, a small southern Tuscan Hill town, from which we also managed side trips to Assisi and Montepulciano. One of the highlights in our learning about the history of Chiusi was our visit to the...More
Terrible, a guide just speaking Italian and not doing the slightest effort of translating in English. The tower could not be climbed for mysterious 'security' reasons while it was still advertised. Rip off.
we have visited the Museo della Cattedrale during our stay in Chiusi.
The Museum is a typical small italian diocesan museum with some interesting and precious pieces (medieval manuscripts, church furnitures, silver objects, paintings, wood sculptures).
The liturgical books are the main attraction here, even by their sheer numbers.... very well maintained. A good stop waiting for the guide to take into the underground tunnels. One price for the two visits.
The complex of the Cathedral Museum is the sum of many different interesting items.
The visitor who buys a ticket for the Museum is first introduced to the visit of the Museum itself. This is small, but contains some precious pieces. Among them stand out...More