This museum provided a pleasant contrast from the mosaics, imaginatevely explaining the life and works of Dante, probably insufficiently understood by most English speaking tourists
Ravenna has so many amazing attractions to offer that this one falls a bit short in comparison. The museum offers Dante's history as seen through the eyes of painters through the ages, as well as an exhibition on Ravenna's own historical ties to Dante's life and death. While the museum was charming in a way, it was very small, and... 更多
During Ravenna week we saw plays by local actors helping to bring the life of Dante to more people.The museum is more contemporary and user friendly than others.
I don´t know if this museum shoul be considered "good" or "d" - it depens on one´s expecttion, age and knowledge of Dante. It starts with a comic book strip showing Dante´s Inferno. Good for kids - and it has a certain charm for grown ups too. Otherwise there is the usual stuff, his books in all kinds of languagesm... 更多
This museum is focused on two things: Dante's stay in Ravenna and how Ravenna looked then, and describing Dante's work "the Divine Comedy". Especially the explanations about his work are well done (and bilingual in English and Italian). We recommend a visit - the place seems to receive few visitors, which means you can spend an hour here.
We were only able to stop for a brief visit in this seemingly little-known museum next to the Dante tomb. It is located in the charming Old Franciscan Cloisters.
The museum is next to Dante's tomb and is part of the Fransican centre for Dante Studies. Which I guess is part of every Italians high school curriculum. There is an introduction film which is very good.
A Dante museum next to Dante's tomb is bound to be special. Different from Florence's Casa di Dante, this museum is part of the Franciscan Center for Dante Studies. Its aim is to support an ongoing effort of numerous institutions of secondary education to bring kids in touch with Dante's journey through Hell, Purgatory and Paradise. As a scholar, I... 更多
Obviously, monuments and dead poets don't really talk. The museum allowed Dante's voice and life to ring out in a... 更多