Town Hall

Town Hall, Cremona: Address, Phone Number, Town Hall Reviews: 4.5/5

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vessi80
North Lanarkshire, UK905 contributions
Stunning Town Hall - Room after Room of Grand Design
May 2019 • Friends
Cremona is often overlooked but time spent here will certainly not leave you strung out. Started off in the Town Hall and what a positive start to a wonderful day. The violins are now housed in the famous Violin museum but the Town Hall is still worthy of a visit. Really lovely, welcoming staff even though some meetings taking place on a Saturday. Lift up to first floor and Cinderella's carriage awaits- a 17th century masterpiece in a stunning setting. The rooms are magnificent ,especially the 'Salone dei Quadri' and the 'Sala della Consulta'. The Pink and Blue Rooms equally so. The room where the council meet is also pretty luxurious. No photos allowed, obviously as it's a working public building but what a treat to be able to visit ! Entrance is free. Welcoming staff made the visit extra special.
Written 23 May 2019
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545medva
Budapest, Hungary3 979 contributions
A free visit
Oct 2017 • Couples
If you have got time, go and visit the Palazzo Comunale. The building and its decoration is worth to see,they have also a violin collection.
Written 29 October 2017
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Kevin P
Tempe, AZ332 contributions
Interesting Vivian Maier photo exhibit
Oct 2016 • Solo
If this show is still there when you visit, I highly recommend it. She had an amazing eye and was a fascinatingly odd person. Watch the documentary, Finding Vivian Maier first if you can.
Written 10 November 2016
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Maggi713
Baltimore, MD10 228 contributions
Interesting Building!
Mar 2015
The Palazzo Comunale has been home to the city's government for hundreds of years. Begun in the 13th century, its arcaded walkways and courtyards were gradually extended and embellished. On the central pillar of the main facade, look out for the marble arengario (a balcony from which decrees were made and speeches given); it was added in 1507.
Written 15 November 2015
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Harmonicaharold
Tel Aviv, Israel1 370 contributions
Unique & unforgettable and FREE
Aug 2015 • Friends
Built in 1206, the building right opposite the Cathedral features a grand staircase, the still-used town council rooms have huge 16-17 Century paintings and Frescoes from the 13th Century. My favorite display is the actual 17th Century Carriage. Also it's fun being in the Town Council chamber where you can imagine many lively political meetings over the centuries. This visit was a pleasant surprise and recommended by Allesandro (with dog) who we met by chance in a park.
Written 31 August 2015
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