Parma National Gallery

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The rooms of the National Gallery are home to works by artists from the Emilia, Tuscan and Venetian schools from the 14C to the 18C (including artists such as El Greco, Bedoli, Lanfranco and Carrachi). The artist Parmigianino is represented by a stunning female portrait, The Turkish Slave, and Correggio by one of his masterpieces the Madonna of St Jerome. Works by Nattier and Hubert Robert bear witness to the French presence in Parma in the 18C.

Useful information

Address:

Piazzale della Pilotta, 43100 Parma

Phone:

+39 0521 233309

Opening hours

daily except Mon 8.30am-7pm (2pm Sun)

Our reports

A gourmet stroll in Parma

The town of Verdi and Toscanini is to be savoured in small doses, like an operatic aria, or rather like a glass of nicely chilled Lambrusco served on the terrace of a trattoria... Parma, with all due respect to Milan which would gladly pinch its title, remains THE gastronomic capital of Italy.
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