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The animals of the noblemenDalla caccia al salotto tra status symbol, allegoria e affetti
Relations between humans and animals have always profoundly conditioned the history of society. If for the humble classes the animals were mainly tools of work and subsistence, for the sovereigns and the aristocracy some species, especially dogs and horses, constantly accompanied every phase of their existence, from infancy to death, as faithful friends and companions but also as symbols of wealth, glory and power. Whether it was affective or representative, or a combination of both aspects, over the centuries this function found a direct projection in the arts.
In every time the representations of animals abound on paintings, sculptures, prints, fabrics, bronzes, silver and jewels. The exhibition organized at Palazzo Coronini Cronberg intends to reconstruct the emotional, symbolic and social role that creatures such as dogs, horses, but also exotic species such as monkeys and parrots, regularly played in the daily life of the upper classes, not only as pets, but also through the images, objects, furnishings and ornaments that filled the aristocratic residences.
From Wednesday to Friday from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm ( from 15.00 pm to 18.00 pm by reservation only for groups)
Saturday and Sunday from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm; from 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm
Guided tours depart at the beginning of each hour
For reservations: tel. 0481533485; email: email@example.com)
The Park is temporarily close. The entry to Palazzo Coronini is allowed only from via Coronini 1.
The Palace is officially closed on 1st January, 25th and 26th December, and Easter Sunday
Admission to the Palace and to the exhibition
Adult: € 8,00
Student: € 6,00
Child (under 11), disabled: free
Guided group visits and guided tours in English, Slovene and German are required to be booked in advance.
DIGITAL COVID CERTIFICATE
In compliance with current government regulations, from August 6th 2021 it will be mandatory that visitors show their Green Pass (also “EU Digital COVID Certificate”), accompanied by a valid identity document, to access the Palazzo Coronini. This provision do not apply to children under the age of 12 and to individuals with specific medical certification.
For more information on current regulations in Italy and on the EU Digital COVID Certificate click HERE.
Others main anti-Covid measures remain in force: at the entrance all visitors must undergo a temperature measurement and it is stricly mandatory to wear a mask inside the museum.