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Promenade a Bologna

Promenade of the permanent collections

Visit Bologna and create your own individual promenade. You can decide to begin from prehistoric or Roman times or head straight to contemporary art, passing through the Middle Ages and pausing to admire the 18th century frescoed salons surrounded by antique musical instruments, or marvel at the bottles of Giorgio Morandi and at the polyptych of Giotto or even fall asleep in an Egyptian sarcophagus.

Design your own Promenade

Mercury and Paris

Collezioni Comunali d'Arte Palazzo d'Accursio

Mercury and Paris

Donato Creti (1671 - 1749). Donated by Collina Sbaraglia to the Senate, 1744

Statue of Nero

Museo Civico Archeologico

Statue of Nero

Marble, probably Greek Pentelic marble mid 1st century A.D. Atrium/plaque from Bologna, Piazza Celestini 

Polittico of Bologna

Pinacoteca Nazionale di Bologna in S. Ignazio

Polittico of Bologna

Giotto (c.1267-1337)
Tempera and gold on wood 146.5x217cm

Acquamanile

Museo Civico Medievale

Acquamanile

Bronze, 12th cent. Lower Saxony or Mosan region