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Duke of Martina's Museum

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Little Gem in the Hills of Naples

A delightful afternoon for anyone who enjoys the decorative arts. The museum houses a nice... read more

Reviewed 26 November 2017
VinDivan
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France
Solid museum but visit disrupted by noise

Interesting and somewhat quirky collection of porcelains, primarily from western Europe, although... read more

Reviewed 23 March 2018
Damariscotta
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Galway, Ireland
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25 Nov 2017
“Little Gem in the Hills of Naples”
22 Mar 2018
“Solid museum but visit disrupted by noise”
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Reviewed 23 March 2018

Interesting and somewhat quirky collection of porcelains, primarily from western Europe, although there is a large collection of Chinese and Japanese porcelains in the basement. (Allegedly the latter is the largest of its kind in Italy.) Everything was very well-marked in English, with small informational...More

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Reviewed 26 November 2017

A delightful afternoon for anyone who enjoys the decorative arts. The museum houses a nice collection of Italian, French, and German porcelain pieces and presents them with wonderful explanations of context and historical development. The basement floor contains an extensive collection of Chinese and Japanese...More

Thank VinDivan
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