If you think is beautiful from outside, you should go to the museum. Viewing from outside can’t give you the idea how was the living inside and how luxurious it was.
You start the tour by a very big chamber where the walls have frescoes of military battles and several statues along the walls. The ceiling is all decorated as well. Then you go to the apartments, where rooms have frescoes, paintings, sculptures and objects, everything very wealthy. The rooms are named according to something in the room, typically because the ceiling frescoes, like The Room of Jupiter.
One of the highlights is The Hall of Geographical Maps, a point of great historical and scientific interest to give an idea of the geographical knowledge at the time.
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