Palazzo Madama in Turin

Turin is one of Italy’s beautiful northern cities and at the hear of it lades Palazzo Madama. Palazzo Madama houses Turin’s municipal museum of ancient art. This museum covers four different floor starting with the basement were the medieval stonework collection sets the perfect environment for the stone sculptures and jewelry. The palazzo also has a Treasure Tower, were you will find the Portrait of a Man by Antonello da Messina. The upper floors house a range from the art of the Middle Ages and of the Renaissance. This all set on the background of the beautiful 15th century castle. They also show art of the 18th and 19th century.  You will see a range of art from paintings, ceramics, ivories, jewelry, fabrics, glasswork, and much more. They offer several tours and one can get lost in the colorful and magical world of Italian art.



One thought on “Palazzo Madama in Turin

  1. judithgarcia says:

    Buona sera Kelsey,
    Thanks a lot for sharing this information about Palazzo Madama with us. I did not know much about it and I was glad to go to your link and check what each floor holds.
    Grazie mille.

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