Museums , Livorno: Guide Livorno: Italy - Nozio 0%

Author: Eric Perrone

Livorno Museums, Italy

G. Fattori Town Museum , this museum, housed in the 19th century Villa Mimbelli, near Terrazza Mascagni, is home to the most important collection of works by the Macchiaoli and Postmacchiaoli painters, fundamental movements in Italian art between the 19th and 20th centuries, which had its focal point in Livorno. Open: from Tuesday to Sunday; 10:00am-1:00pm / 4:00pm-7:00pm.

Yeshivà Marini Jewish Museum , displays a collection of furniture and sacred paraments, a collection of 17th to 20th century books and a 16th Hekhàl which contains the rolls of the Torah. The exhibited works come from the old Synagogue which was destroyed during the war. The flourishing trade that enlivened the port of Livorno, and of which the Jews were the main protagonists, made the patrimony of the synagogue equally heterogeneous. The museum is home to Dutch, Northern African, Florentine, Roman and Venetian objects as well as those made by Livorno's inhabitants. The museum is open by reservation only.


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