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Museo all'aperto Bilotti (Mab)

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Address: Corso Giuseppe Mazzini, 87100 Cosenza, Italy
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While shopping or snacking enjoy works by major artists! (MAB) really adds to the Corso Mazzini experience.

Museo all'aperto Bilotti (Mab) Cosenza While shopping or snacking enjoy works by major artists! Giorgio de Chirico, Salvador Dali, Amadeo Modigliani anyone? Just a few of the... read more

Reviewed 12 February 2017
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San Diego, California
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Reviewed 12 February 2017

Museo all'aperto Bilotti (Mab) Cosenza While shopping or snacking enjoy works by major artists! Giorgio de Chirico, Salvador Dali, Amadeo Modigliani anyone? Just a few of the public sculptures gracing the pedestrian shopping scene you might bump into in Cosenza. Sacha Sosno’s “I Bronzi di Riace” are a treat after seeing one of this artist’s work in Amantea, a poignant... More 

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San Diego, California
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Reviewed 26 January 2017

What a pleasant surprise to go for a morning walk and see the many unique and varied sculptures. Well done Cosenza

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Rome, Italy
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Reviewed 8 December 2016

Cosenza really got it right with Mab: the concept is about you strolling down the main street and contempling the artwork of renowned artists. There is also a massive Modigliani statue!

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Bergamo, Italy
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 54 helpful votes
Reviewed 1 October 2016 via mobile

Open museum. Open space. Open people. Walking along the main course of Cosenza is a good and fresh experience: the Art walks with you.

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Catania, Italy
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Reviewed 26 April 2016

Walk through the Corso Mazzini in Cosenza is a pleasure for art lovers to shopaholics! The course is full of shops, bookstores and bars with outdoor seating and simultaneously strewn along its path of works of art by various artists, to enjoy a relaxing afternoon with a culture known that never hurts!

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Cosenza, Italy
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Reviewed 15 March 2016 via mobile

Finally another reason to stop in Cosenza. The city of Alarico known for the magnificent Duomo and the old city, now can add to its attractions the street museum called MAB. It deserves a visit only just to see the collection given to the city by Carlo Bilotti a mecenate related to Heinz family. You will be not deluded.

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Rio de Janeiro, RJ
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Reviewed 12 November 2015

The museu all'aperto makes you to go around and around visiting the old city and the paints on walls along the city. Problem is when it rains, but it a valid idea for tourists know the city.

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Reviewed 26 September 2015

The Corso Manzini is a long pedestrian street and the main commercial street in the city centre. The sculptures comprising this open air museum are spread along this street and include works by Giorgio Chirico and Salvador Dali. The tourist office, by the San Domenici convent, has detailed information about each sculpture and a map. There are plenty places to... More 

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Reviewed 24 December 2014 via mobile

I was very excited to be there.Is something you can enjoy during a your walk.Beautiful city with magical sculptures.

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Vicenza
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Reviewed 18 November 2014

It was fun to walk down the main pedestrian street and see interesting art! Nice way to spend an afternoon.

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