5 Sights in Forlì, Italy (with Map and Images)
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1. Museo romagnolo del teatro
The Romagna Museum of Theatre and Musical Instruments is an Italian museum located in Palazzo Gaddi, in Forlì, in the richly decorated rooms on the ground floor. The collection includes materials, instruments and memorabilia related to the musical and theatrical life of Forlì between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and its protagonists. The original nucleus consists of objects of various kinds, such as photographs, stage costumes, letters, coming from the donations of the heirs of the Forlì tenor Angelo Masini and the soprano Maria Farneti. There are also relics of the Teatro Comunale di Forlì, built by the architect Cosimo Morelli, inaugurated in 1776 and destroyed in 1944 following a bombing. In fact, on the walls of the main entrance hall are set two bronze medallions bearing the portraits of the famous singers Giuseppe Siboni and Eugenia Tadolini, originally located inside the lost theater.
2. Chiesa della Santissima Trinità
The church of the Holy Trinity was presumably the first cathedral in Forlì, although the orientation of the original building was the opposite of the current one. Of the ancient building remains the fourteenth-century bell tower, which stands next to the façade to which, only in 1938, the five cusps were added.
3. Chiesa di San Biagio
The church of San Biagio is located in the historic center of Forlì. The building is built on the remains of the previous church, partially tracing the external forms, destroyed by bombing in 1944. Inside it houses some valuable works of art, including an Immaculate Conception by Guido Reni.
4. Museo del Risorgimento
The Risorgimento Museum is an exhibition space in Forlì mainly dedicated to the Risorgimento. It preserves ascribable finds to a period between the first descent of Napoleon in Italy (1796) to the Second World War (1945). It is named after Aurelio Saffi, Patriot and Politician forlivese.
5. Villa Carpena
Villa Carpena, also known as Villa Mussolini, today Villa Mussolini - House of memories, is a property located in San Martino in Strada, known for being the residence of Benito Mussolini, his wife Rachele Guidi and five children.
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