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Casa Natale di Raffaello

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To feel the complex structure of this home

This is a house were the painter Rafaello was born. There several floors and some of his paintings... read more

Reviewed 20 September 2018
Maari100
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Helsinki
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A chance to see the interior of a XVI century mansion

This visit will not just show you were Raffaello was born and grew. His father (famous painter... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2017
GfromPisa2014
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Pisa, Italy
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Reviewed 20 September 2018 via mobile

This is a house were the painter Rafaello was born. There several floors and some of his paintings but mostly others, furniture and objects from his time. It is very little telling about him - just a building to feel the atmosphere of his time....More

Thank Maari100
Reviewed 1 July 2018

Very interesting site. The house is perfectly restored, and it is like people who lived here once, just left for a wolk.

Thank tedyJerusalem
Reviewed 8 May 2018

Umbrino is very proud of their native son Raphael as they should be. Raphaels home is amazing. A lot of the furniture is original and there is a lot or painting as well as artifacts from everyday life of that time. The house also contains...More

1  Thank rcmontex
Reviewed 15 October 2017

This visit will not just show you were Raffaello was born and grew. His father (famous painter himself) and his mother, when married, joined the two mansions together. Therefore a visit will make you understand what is behind closed doors. A lot of antiques, and...More

Thank GfromPisa2014
Reviewed 20 August 2017

The house is in fact two houses. The rear one was owned by Raphael's mother and the front won was bought after her marriage. It gives a good idea of life in a renaissance middle-class house but contains nothing of Raphael himself. There are reproductions...More

Thank AJJS1
Reviewed 16 August 2017 via mobile

The house is fantastic to wander around and to breathe the medieval atmosphere. It is a walk on the pages of history. The few items there are enough to give us a glimpse into their lifestyle. Ticket is only €3,50 and there are no originals...More

1  Thank Alexsandra M
Reviewed 13 August 2017

Even for a no history lover a must see, if in the vicinity. Even though most works are copies, you get the goosebumps when you realise that you are in the place where one of the greatest Renaissance artists commenced his route into immortality. The...More

Thank Barbara D
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

Worth stopping by for a few minutes since it's close to the central piazza. It's a large house. Most interesting to me was the kitchen with a pulley powered spit for roasting meets in the fireplace. Nothing in the house of artistic merit.

Thank Nina S
Reviewed 29 June 2017

The medieval house where Raphael was born and raised, which has been restored into a typical house / layout of the period. Spread over three floors and with pictures and exhibits inside, worth the 3.50 euro admission.

Thank CAB1201
Reviewed 28 June 2017

This is typical XV century building, nothing very attractive, but great to visit because of Raphael lived here up to the age 14.

Thank Mark D
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No, non in casa Raffaelo.
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