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Address: Via Dei Portici 39, 39100 Bolzano, Italy
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Stylish public building

This free museum had a meeting hall that's changed little for hundreds of years. The private meeting rooms for dignitaries have beautiful ancient enamelled stoves that are quite... read more

Reviewed 6 May 2012
Elaine W
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Oak Harbor, Washington
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Reviewed 18 February 2015

What an awesome treasure located in the downtown area of Bolzano that truly explains the economic significance of Bolzano's ideal geographical location, why Bolzano became so important, and the rationale for the bombing during WWII. The fact that this building survived is astounding. The guided tour was a true pleasure and allowed one to appreciate the original architecture, building construction,... More 

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Reviewed 6 May 2012

This free museum had a meeting hall that's changed little for hundreds of years. The private meeting rooms for dignitaries have beautiful ancient enamelled stoves that are quite spectacular. Servants kept the fires burning from a room between the two meeting rooms. Great doorknobs!

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Reviewed 17 September 2010

The museum is the building where merchants in 1600 used to carry on their trades, it's an ancient building with very interesting and well preserved furniture. Probabily the thing I most enjoyed were the old books in which all trades were recorded, things like 3 sheeps for 2 pieces of fabric, they are interesting. The museum organizes guided tour and... More 

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