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Palazzo dei Priori | Corso Vannucci 25, Perugia, Italy
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Perugia's Exchange Guild, the home of the region's money changers, dates from the thirteenth-century and boasts some of Italy's best preserved Renaissance frescoes painted by Perugino.
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Palazzo dei Priori | Corso Vannucci 25, Perugia, Italy
+39 075 572 8599
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A small museum with beautiful artifacts on Corso Vanucci. The beautifully carved Formidable wooden doors welcome you in. The exhibits change.

Thank lollygal
Reviewed 18 September 2017

Inside the palazzo Priori on Corso Vanucci beautiful room a must see in Perugia. Inside courtyard. Hunndreds of years old. The entrance doors are magnificent

Thank rita0521
Reviewed 25 August 2017

The Noble Collegio de Cambio would be good enough reason alone to fly from anywhere and come to Perugia, at least for the lovers of art. It is decorated with splendid paintings by the most famous Umbria school painter, Perugino who in turn was the...More

Thank Viktor S
Reviewed 28 May 2017

Excellent wood-carved benches along the walls and lovely frescoes on the ceiling. Unless there is a group of noisy teenagers this is a great place to cool off and contemplate.

Thank exungui
Reviewed 31 December 2016

This is a famous place because of the frescoes by Perugia's home-town artist, Pietro Vannucci, known as the Little Perugian, i.e. Perugino. The paintings are in a sort of fraternity house, nothing like the one at your U.S. college, however. This one has elegant wall...More

Thank Carol K
Reviewed 7 November 2016

It would be easy to miss this building. It is small, but has a lot of information. It is near many sights. It is an exchange guild and lovely.

Thank ZeebruggeExplorer
Reviewed 5 October 2016

It would be easy to miss this place as the doorway doesn’t beckon you to visit. This is the old exchange guild, a well-preserved Renaissance building. These guys were money changers and were also like magistrates in that they administered civil justice. Money talks, even...More

Thank Mike S
Reviewed 2 October 2016

Don't miss this the Collegio. There are only 2 rooms but you can easily spend more than an hour just admiring the amazing fresco's on the ceiling. What a beauty! Also the woodwork demonstrates incredible craftsmanship. There are chairs in each room, just sit down...More

Thank Charl0tte01
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Do not miss this small, but very important, museum. You will be amazed at the work by Perugino and one of his apprentices, Raffaello. Spectacular. Pay attention to the wood work as well.

Thank Peggy E
Reviewed 17 May 2016

This Exchange building from the 15th century has two rooms full of Perugino frescoes, both sacred and secular. In one corner we also found a display of old coins and the weighing scales to determine the amount of real metal in each. Since Perugino was...More

Thank Emily D
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