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Photos marked as were added from 16 December 2017.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Description
Italy
Busseto
Verdi Museum
 Don Carlo.
Italy
Busseto
Verdi Museum
 A Ball in Maschero.
Italy
Busseto
Verdi Museum
 Costumes for Aida.
Italy
Busseto
Verdi Museum
 Aida.
Italy
Busseto
Verdi Museum
 Orthello.
Italy
Busseto
Verdi Museum
 Costume for Orthello designed at La Scala.
Italy
Busseto
Verdi Museum
 Desdemona's costume from Orthello.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Cathedral
 The clocktower.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Cathedral
 The Cathedral dates from 1106.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Cathedral
 Stained glass window.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Cathedral
 "The Assumption of the Virgin" by Antonio Correggio is the most famous painting in the cathedral.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Cathedral
 "Descent from the Cross" is a relief by Benedetto Antelami dating from 1178.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Diocesano Museum
 Roman lamp.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Diocesano Museum
 12th century carving of Samson and the Lion.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Diocesano Museum
 Roman mosaic.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Diocesano Museum
 Carving from a cathedral.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Diocesano Museum
 12th century marble carving.
Italy
Parma
Piazza del Duomo
Diocesano Museum
 Solomon and Sheba (13th century).
Italy
Parma
 Sundial and analema (from 1829) on the Palazzo del Governatore.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Edison Phonograph from 1901 in the House of Sound, a museum of recording and radio.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Radio magazines.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Swiss gramophone from 1921.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Valve radio from France, 1922.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Lead radio from UK (1923).
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Telefunken valve radio from Italy (1935).
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Italian radio magazine from 1937.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 33rpm record of the Verdi opera, Rigoletto.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 1953 UK radio set.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 USA juke box from 1953.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Columbia gramophone, 1935.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Gramophone from Germany, 1930 in the House of Sound, set in a former church.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Italian gramaphone record.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 78rpm record narrating the story of Pinocchio.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 USA gramophone from the 1940s.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Airline radio, USA 1939.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 RCA Victor radio from the USA, 1948.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Italian phonograph from 1962.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Revox tape deck from 1960, Switzerland.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Cassette tape recorder from 1970.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Rega Planer 3, a record deck from North London, 1987.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Shure cartridge for record decks, 1980s.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 Yamaha DVD player from 2005, an example of digital music.
Italy
Parma
House of Sound
 iPod music player from 2007.
Italy
Parma
Birthplace of Toscanini
 Death mask and other artefacts from Italy's most famous conductor.
Italy
Parma
Birthplace of Toscanini
 Batons.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
 The palace dates from 1622.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
 The thick walls.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 The National Gallery is one of three museums in the palace.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 16th century painting from Belgium by the Carracci brothers.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "The Madonna of the Bowl" by Correggio.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "The Madonna of the Stairway" by Correggio from 1524.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Martydom of St Placidus" by Correggio, 1524.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Lamentation of Christ", Correggio (1524).
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Portrait of a Noblewoman" by Francesco Mazzola, c1532.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Sea Storm in the Bay of Naples" by Joseph Rebell.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 2nd century Roman statue of Bacchus, in the National Gallery, one of three museums in the palace.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Maria Luigia of Austria" by G B Borghesi (19th century).
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 Detail of G B Borghesi's "Maria Luigia of Austria".
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 Ink stand and desk (1820).
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 Roman scene by Hubert Robert.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Frugona in Arcadia" by Pietro Melchiorre Ferrari (1763).
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 Detail of "Frugona in Arcadia" (Pietro Melchiorre Ferrari).
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 Painting of Venice by Bernado Bellotto.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Maria Amalia of Austria" by John Zoffany.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 The gallery contains many religious paintings and icons.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 Detail of an icon by Agnolo Gaddi, 1369.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 Detail of an icon by Agnolo Gaddi, 1369 called "Madonna and Child".
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 Icon by Spinello Aretino.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Madonna and Child".
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 Painting by Temperelli.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 Paintings by Zaganelli.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Adoration" by Garofalo.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Carrying the Cross" by Philip Mazzola.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Madonna and Child" (1520) by Michaelangelo Anselmi, a painter from Parma.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Madonna and Child" (1564) by Bertoja.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Portrait of Ludovic Orsini" by Fransesco Salviati.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Saint Gerome" by an anonymous artist.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Madonna and Child and Angels" (unknown artist).
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Madonna and Child and Saint Gerome" by Orazio Samacchini.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 1589 painting of a woman cooking.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "The Flood" by Lelio Orsi.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Healing the Blind" by El Greco, 1576.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Portrait of a Man" by Luigi Amidani.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "The Marys at the Sepulchre" by Bartolomeo Schedoni (1613).
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 Detail of "The Marys at the Sepulchre".
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "The Last Supper" by Bartolomeo Schedoni, 1611.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "St Peter Denies Jesus" by Lionel Spada, c1620.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Madonna and Child" (Guercino).
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Man With Red Hat" by Della Vecchia.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "La Scartocciata" by John Zoffany.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Caprice With Imaginary Bridge" by Canaletto.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
National Gallery
 "Caprice With Palladian Buildings" by Canaletto, 1750.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Farnese Theatre
 The Farnese Theatre is a wooden structure within the palace.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Farnese Theatre
 The exterior of the wooden Farnese Theatre.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Farnese Theatre
 Wooden statues.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Farnese Theatre
 Statue from 1618.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Farnese Theatre
 19th century model of the Farnese Theatre.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
 Books from the Library.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Bust of a female, 2nd century.
Italy
Parma
Pillotta Palace
Archeological Museum
 Funeral slab from Egypt.

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