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Museums of Arezzo

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Vasari's House:

it was built and decorated by Giorgio Vasari, between the 1540 and the 1548. It's situated in via XX Settembre, 55. It was bought by the State in 1911 and now it houses the Vasari museum and its archive. Number 36: See the Map »
ADDRESS: Via XX Settembre, 55
PHONE: 0575 409050
Accessible for the disabled

Archaeological Museum:

it was built on the remains of the Roman Amphitheatre in via Margaritore, 10. The museum houses prehistoric and paleontological finds; Etruscan finds like coins and bronzes; Roman finds like sculptures and coins. The collection of vasi corallini (red vases) is very interesting. Here you can see the famous "Euphronios' crater". Number 38: See the Map »
ADDRESS: Via Margaritone, 10
PHONE: 0575 20882
FAX: 0575 20882
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Accessible for the disabled

Museum of Medieval and Modern Art:

Palazzo Ciocchi in via S. Lorentino,8. It houses Aretine sculptures and paintings from the 13th to the 14th century. You can see works by: Margaritone, Spinello Aretino, Parri di Spinello, Bartolomeo della Gatta, Luca Signorelli, Guido da Siena, Lorentino d'Andrea and Giorgio Vasari. It also houses ceramics, terracottas, coins, bronzes and weapons. Number 12: See the Map »
ADDRESS: via S.Lorentino,8
PHONE: 0575/409050
Accessible for the disabled

La Casa Museo Ivan Bruschi:

Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo in Corso Italia, 14. The Casa Museo Ivan Bruschi has been called a "place of wonder", where the aesthetic and cultural philosophy of the creator of the Antiques Fair is still livable thanks to charming exhibit of precious and eclectic collection. Over 10,000 works from all over the world, from prehistory to the early decades of the twentieth century, Archaeological Etruscan, Greek and Roman, paintings, furniture, ceramics, coins, weapons, books, sculptures, jewelry.
The Casa Museo Ivan Bruschi is a cultural space that hosts temporary exhibitions, courses and workshops, conferences, plays, concerts . Number 31: See the Map »
ADDRESS: Corso Italia,14
PHONE: 0575 354126
FAX: 0575 26801(Bancaetruria)
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Partially accessible for the disabled

Mudas Museum:

in Piazzetta dietro il Duomo, 12. It houses works by Giorgio Vasari and Bartolomeo della Gatta. Three Romanesque wood Crucifixes are very interesting. Not accessible for the disabled. Number 29: See the Map »

Cappella Bacci:

chapel of the Basilica of S. Francesco, in the square that bear its name. Here you can see the masterpiece of Piero della Francesca: the "Legend of the True Cross". Number 29: See the Map »
ADDRESS: Piazza San Francesco, Basilica di San Francesco
PHONE: 0575 352727
FAX: 0575 302001
Accessible for the disabled


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