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Review of Palazzo Soliano

Palazzo Soliano
Ranked #35 of 73 things to do in Orvieto
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed 19 September 2014

So many children playing,riding bikes and beautiful laughter all pleasant summer evenings in this square,what joy'

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Reviewed 17 September 2014

Palazzo Soliano was built in 1297and at present houses the Museo d' Arte Moderna Emilio Greco. The combined ticket that can be purchased to enter the duomo includes entry to Museo Greco. We probably would not have visited if the ticket had not be inclusive but on a hot August afternoon, this was a wonderfully air conditioned space that was very appreciated. Modern bronze sculptures might seem out of place in such an ancient interior, but the voluminous space provides a worthy settingfor Geco's monumental work. Greco is the artist who designed the immense bronze doors on the Orvieto Duomo.

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Reviewed 1 December 2013

The museum was a bit difficult to find the entrance. When we did, there was no one checking tickets. Since we had the Orvieto Carta Unica ticket, we already had a ticket.

It was an interesting museum which had some artifacts from the Duomo. But if you are running out of time sightseeing in Orvieto, this is one I suggest you skip.

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Reviewed 4 December 2012

During the mid to late 13th century and the beginning of the 14th century a number of poes resided in Orvieto. The upper portion of this Palazzo now houses the Museo Dell'Opera Del Duomo Di Orvieto and display a number of works from the Renaissance thru the 19th century. You can visit as part of a combo ticket that includes the Chapel of San Brizion, Museo Emilio Greco, Palazzi Papali and Chiesa Di Sant'Agnostino

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