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Museo dell'Ombrello e del Parasole (Gignese)
This is the only museum in Italy entirely dedicated to umbrellas and parasols. More than a thousand examples, some very rare and precious, are a feast for the eyes. The museum tells the story of the lives and activity of umbrella-makers...
Museo Baita della Libertà (Belgirate)
This museum was created inside a chalet on the Colle Motta Rossa (Motta Rossa Hill). Several partisans were slaughtered here, among whom was Pore Musolishvili, from Signaki, Georgia. In the years ensuing the Second World War Belgirate was twinned...
Museo Rosminiano (Stresa)
The Centro Internazionale di Studi Rosminiani (International Centre of Rosminian Studies) was inaugurated on 25 September 1966, and is housed in the XVII former "Villa Ducale", in Stresa. Here Antonio Rosmini spent the last five years of his life...
Palazzo Borromeo - Isola Bella (Stresa)
The majestic baroque building that dominates the Isola Bella and that vaguely reminds us of a still vessel in the middle of the lake, houses a succession of furnished rooms on four floors.
Palazzo Borromeo - Isola Madre (Stresa)
“The Isola Madre is the most voluptuous place I have ever seen” wrote Gustave Flaubert in1845 during a trip on the Lago Maggiore. The biggest of the Borromee Islands is, in fact, a unique place for its location and for its gardens...
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