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Entrato a Giugno 2017 in Preferred Hotel & Resorts LVX, l'Hotel Bristol Palace ha rinnovato il suo splendore per offrire agli ospiti l’eleganza liberty di questa nota location nel cuore di Genova, dove la storia della città ed il lontano profumo del mare si fondono all'unisono...
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Built at the end of the eighteenth century and renovated in 1992, it hosts very interesting exhibitions on the first floor.
Palazzo Ducale where you can visit the tower, the prisons, the Sala del Maggior Consiglio and Sala del Minor Consiglio and a lot of really interesting temporary exhibitions (for example Modigliani, Steve McCurry, Picasso, Munch, Frida Khalo, Wharol, Van Gogh, Robert Capa...)
Percorrendo via San Lorenzo si arriva a piazza Matteotti dove si trova palazzo Ducale. Da non perdere!!! anche solo per un giretto veloce all’interno, oppure per vedere la mostra del momento. È’ un grande centro culturale con meravigliose iniziative Bar Douce per una buonissima colazione
Residence of the doge since 1339, today it is the city’s main center for cultural activities.
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Point of Interest
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