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SAN COLOMBANO - TAGLIAVINI COLLECTION
Bologna City | Attractions | Churches | Music
San Colombano is a church complex comprising a range of buildings aggregated over the centu ries starting from the VII century.
Recent restoration works brought to light a 13th century mural crucifixion attributed to Giunta Pisano, a medieval crypt and a XIII century tomb.
Inaugurated on 21 June 2010, the site houses a collection of ancient musical instruments donated by Maestro Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini, comprising seventy pieces, including harpsichords, spinets, pianos, clavichords and other instruments, as well as the specialised library of Bolognese musicologist Oscar Mischiati.
Among the initiatives, weekly guided tours and monthly musical performances using the instruments in the collection.
San Colombano in Via Parigi, 5
is open to the public from:
Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm
and from 3 to 7 pm.
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