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Siena really is a magical place and the view from the top of the palazzo is banging. I would recommend the place but would say that there isn’t a great deal to do inside. Regardless history not worth missing.
Palazzo Pubblico is the heart and soul of Siena and a definite must visit. My wife and I throughly enjoyed walking through room after room of breathtaking paintings and frescos. Besides the art work, the building itself is amazing. This building is still the city...More
Still Siena's Town Hall, many of its rooms are graciously open to the public.The main council chamber is named after a world map painted by A. Lorenzetti in the 14th century. One hall has Martini's fresco of the VIRGIN MOTHER AS THE QUEEN IN HEAVEN....More
One mistake we made was to skip the Duomo Museo to try to go up the Torre del Mangia and see the Palazzo Publico. By the time we got to Piazza del campo, the Tower was closed at 3:15 pm even though the travel guide...More
The city hall with its huge tower is the most prominent building in the square. It was apparently the center of activity in the city in olden times. Went in for a brief look inside only. Didn't have time to browse through the museum, though....More
The upper level spaces are just awesome , the detail in the ceilings and the height of the internal court rooms. There is nowhere quite like this that I have been to - The floors are to die for - I would like to take...More
The city museum is located at the first floor of the city hall (known as Palazzo Pubblico) which dominates the Piazza del Campo. The palace was built in the late 13th century during the Council of Nine (nine people’s representatives elected from the middle class)....More