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Palazzo Lanfranchi


by Mateola

"For All Art Lovers"

In the historic center of Matera, this building was commissioned by the Lanfranchi bishop as a Diocesan seminary, and it served as this until 1864. It then became the Duni school where the poet Giovanni Pascoli taught. He gave his name to the nearby square from which a beautiful view of the Sasso Caveoso can be admired. It is now home to local art and history and also hosts the Carlo Levi foundation. Diverse works of art are displayed here including Lucania 61. It is also home to the Errico art gallery, with around 330 paintings from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries by the Neapolitan school. Entrance is free.
Piazzetta G. Pascoli 1, Matera, Italy, 75100
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"For All Art Lovers"
In the historic center of Matera, this building was commissioned by the Lanfranchi bishop as a Diocesan seminary, and it served as this until 1864. It then became the Duni school where the poet Giovanni Pascoli taught. He gave his name to the nearby square from which a beautiful view of the Sasso Caveoso can be admired. It is now home to local art and history and also hosts the Carlo Levi foundation. Diverse works of art are displayed here including Lucania 61. It is also home to the Errico art gallery, with around 330 paintings from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries by the Neapolitan school. Entrance is free.
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