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Ferrara

The town of Ferrara, his monuments and works of art.

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Padua, Palazzo della Ragione : the "Salone" (about 80 meters long and 27 meters wide)  is covered by a wooden structure almost 40 meters high. The wooden horse was donated to the City by the family Capodilista  in 1837. The horse had been made for a tournament in 1466. The frescoes were painted by John Miretto and by an unknown artist from Ferrara in the first half of the fifteenth century . The themes are the Zodiac, the trades of the year. There are also frescoes about religious themes.

Padua, Palazzo della Ragione : the "Salone" (about 80 meters...

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Assicoop - Unipol Collection: Angelo Longanesi (Ferrara 1860 - 1934); "Portrait of a Musician" (Pastel, 39 x 45).

Assicoop - Unipol Collection: Angelo Longanesi (Ferrara 1860...

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Typical products: different kind of rice and rice flour made in Jolanda di Savoia (the rice capital in the area of the Po Delta).

Typical products: different kind of rice and rice flour made...

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Typical product: rice flour made in Jolanda di Savoia (the rice capital in the area of the Po Delta).

Typical product: rice flour made in Jolanda di Savoia (the r...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail of one of the lunettes that represent the myth of Eros and Anteros, a literary work by the humanist Celio Calcagnini, a close friend of Costabili, who chose his work to inspire Garofalo and his collaborators.

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail with gentlewoman wearing a yellow dress and flowers. Along the sides of the ceiling a large balcony, where Oriental rugs are hanging out, is painted. There is a gallery of characters, many of them have musical instruments. They leanfrom the balcony and show the observers their love for arts, music and poetry. The ceiling is almost a showcase of the aristocracy of the time with portraits of rare elegance.  In an evocative scenography, above the balcony, there are a turquoise sky , with a gazebo filled with branches of fruit, knotted around the balustrade. This room is, in fact, a hortus conclusus, a sec

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail with gentlewoman wearing a yellow dress and flowers. Along the sides of the ceiling a large balcony, where Oriental rugs are hanging out, is painted. There is a gallery of characters, many of them have musical instruments. They leanfrom the balcony and show the observers their love for arts, music and poetry. The ceiling is almost a showcase of the aristocracy of the time with portraits of rare elegance.  In an evocative scenography, above the balcony, there are a turquoise sky , with a gazebo filled with branches of fruit, knotted around the balustrade. This room is, in fact, a hortus conclusus, a sec

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail with a woman. Along the sides of the ceiling a large balcony, where Oriental rugs are hanging out, is painted. There is a gallery of characters, many of them have musical instruments. They leanfrom the balcony and show the observers their love for arts, music and poetry. The ceiling is almost a showcase of the aristocracy of the time with portraits of rare elegance.  In an evocative scenography, above the balcony, there are a turquoise sky , with a gazebo filled with branches of fruit, knotted around the balustrade. This room is, in fact, a hortus conclusus, a secret garden realised by the owner for his notable guests.At the centre  th

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail with gentlewoman and a child. Along the sides of the ceiling a large balcony, where Oriental rugs are hanging out, is painted. There is a gallery of characters, many of them have musical instruments. They leanfrom the balcony and show the observers their love for arts, music and poetry. The ceiling is almost a showcase of the aristocracy of the time with portraits of rare elegance.  In an evocative scenography, above the balcony, there are a turquoise sky , with a gazebo filled with branches of fruit, knotted around the balustrade. This room is, in fact, a hortus conclusus, a secret garden realised by the owner for his notable g

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail with gentlewoman and a child. Along the sides of the ceiling a large balcony, where Oriental rugs are hanging out, is painted. There is a gallery of characters, many of them have musical instruments. They leanfrom the balcony and show the observers their love for arts, music and poetry. The ceiling is almost a showcase of the aristocracy of the time with portraits of rare elegance.  In an evocative scenography, above the balcony, there are a turquoise sky , with a gazebo filled with branches of fruit, knotted around the balustrade. This room is, in fact, a hortus conclusus, a secret garden realised by the owner for his notable g

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail with gentlewoman and a child. Along the sides of the ceiling a large balcony, where Oriental rugs are hanging out, is painted. There is a gallery of characters, many of them have musical instruments. They leanfrom the balcony and show the observers their love for arts, music and poetry. The ceiling is almost a showcase of the aristocracy of the time with portraits of rare elegance.  In an evocative scenography, above the balcony, there are a turquoise sky , with a gazebo filled with branches of fruit, knotted around the balustrade. This room is, in fact, a hortus conclusus, a secret garden realised by the owner for his notable g

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail with gentlewoman wearing a yellow dress and a child holding a harpsichord.  Along the sides of the ceiling a large balcony, where Oriental rugs are hanging out, is painted. There is a gallery of characters, many of them have musical instruments. They leanfrom the balcony and show the observers their love for arts, music and poetry. The ceiling is almost a showcase of the aristocracy of the time with portraits of rare elegance.  In an evocative scenography, above the balcony, there are a turquoise sky , with a gazebo filled with branches of fruit, knotted around the balustrade. This roo

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail with gentlewoman wearing a yellow dress and a child holding a harpsichord.  Along the sides of the ceiling a large balcony, where Oriental rugs are hanging out, is painted. There is a gallery of characters, many of them have musical instruments. They leanfrom the balcony and show the observers their love for arts, music and poetry. The ceiling is almost a showcase of the aristocracy of the time with portraits of rare elegance.  In an evocative scenography, above the balcony, there are a turquoise sky , with a gazebo filled with branches of fruit, knotted around the balustrade. This roo

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...

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Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (today it is the seat of the National Archaeological of Spina), Aula Costabiliana o Hall of the Treasure, vault, XVI century frescoes by  Benvenuto Tisi, known as  il Garofalo: detail with gentlemen and gentlewomen, and fruit trees. Along the sides of the ceiling a large balcony, where Oriental rugs are hanging out, is painted. There is a gallery of characters, many of them have musical instruments. They leanfrom the balcony and show the observers their love for arts, music and poetry. The ceiling is almost a showcase of the aristocracy of the time with portraits of rare elegance.  In an evocative scenography, above the balcony, there are a turquoise sky , with a gazebo filled with branches of fruit, knotted around the balustrade. This room is, in fact, a hortus conclusus, a s

Ferrara, Palazzo Costabili or Palazzo di Ludovico il Moro (t...