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How smart the Abbess Giovanna Piacenza was when she asked Correggio to decorate the domed ceiling of her private room, the Camera di San Paolo, back in 1519! Now this Correggio’s masterpiece is a treasure of Parma and a joy of art lovers.
This is not to be missed!!!! This is one of the least reviewed sites. Yesterday the price was 2 euros and it has gone up to 6 from May 1st. Pay the price. It is worth it. Stand under the arch look at each of...More
Not to be missed, even though it's only two rooms. The first room is beautiful and interesting, spent a good twenty minutes here. But the second room was unbelievable - the optical illusions make it three-dimensional, and the Correggio putti are so endearing. It is...More
The convent of San Paolo for Benedicine nuns dates back to the 11th century. At the end of fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries the abbess commissioned Correggio and Araldi to decorate the convent. There are two beautifully decorated rooms to see, one decorated by Correggio,...More
We found this location along a small walkway and paid to go into the building. The venue has beautiful paintings on the wall and as you walk around you will see stunning items. There are some beautiful artwork on the walls and also the ceilings....More