Castello del Buonconsiglio

Antica prestigiosa residenza dei principi vescovi di Trento (dalla prima metà del 1200 fino al 1796) un tempo sede amministrativa del principato trentino, il Castello del Buonconsiglio è, attualmente, il museo d'arte antica medievale e moderna più importante della regione. Conserva testimonianze storiche artistiche di grande pregio, la più importante si riferisce al Gotico internazionale: sulle pareti di Torre Aquila, affrescati dal maestro Venceslao (fine del 1300), sono magnificamente rappresentati undici mesi dell'anno (marzo non compare). Il museo propone annualmente rassegne temporanee di rilievo internazionale. La sala delle Marangonerie, ha ospitato dal 1985 fino al 2003 il Museo Storico in Trento. Attualmente, oltre al bookshop, nella sala è allestito un primo punto informativo sulle quattro sedi del museo. L'ampiezza della sala ne consente l'utilizzo per conferenze, incontri, oltre, naturalmente, a costituire spazio espositivo per mostre temporanee. I parcheggi riservati alle persone con disabilità si trovano in piazza della Mostra.


Via Bernardo Clesio, 5 - Trento, TN tel. +39 0461 233770

46.071292 11.126954


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Comparing populist movements

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Are populist foreign policies doomed to fail?

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Merci l’Europe! Risposte aux sept mensonges populistes

organised by Grasset discussed with Anais Ginori, Lucrezia Reichlin coordinated by Tonia Mastrobuoni
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