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Perched on a hill overlooking the town, Brescia’s castle is one of Italy’s most striking fortifications and the second largest in Europe. Evidence of its different dominations may still be seen today.
The 14th century Mastio Visconteo hosts the “Luigi Marzoli” Arms Museum, one of the major European collections of old armour and weaponry which illustrates the lengthy Brescian tradition of arms manufacture. Among the most famous pieces are a shield dated 1563, with embossed and damascened decoration portraying the Triumph of Bacchus, and the firearm collection of Brescia, work of the famous gun barrel-makers such as Cominazzo, Chinelli, Dafino and Acquisti. The museum visit also includes Visconti era wall paintings and a 1st century AD Roman temple.
Purchasing the CASTELLO ticket you will have access to: the "Museo delle Armi Luigi Marzoli" and the "Museo del Risorgimento Leonessa d'Italia". The price of the single ticket with Village Card is € 10 (instead of € 12) and is valid for 3 days.
Via Musei, 55, 25121 Brescia
The Molfetta Tourist Information is located in the heart of the old town and is committed to welcoming those who wish to visit the city. It offers guided tour services, has a rich bookshop, deals with promotional activities and is a reference point for activities and places of Molfetta culture.
An innovative and experimental setting where protection and enhancement are declined for the first time in an emotional experience that projects the visitor into a millenary underground world, made up of rituals and mysteries linked to the life and death of populations of the age of Bronze.