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Idea per settembre: Palazzo Pfanner a Lucca..da visitare.


Idea per settembre: Palazzo Pfanner a Lucca..da visitare.

Si parte dal B&B Sunrise e scavallando il Monte Quiesa si arriva a Lucca in 20 minuti d'auto dove si trova il Palazzo Pfanner a ridosso delle mura in via degli Asili 33.
E' stupefacente la sua maestosità.
Pilastri, colonne, statue raffiguranti le stagioni e i mesi dell'anno, figure degli dei, aquile e leoni.
La scenografica sistemazione del giardino settecentesco ideato da Filippo Juvarra, dove  sono presenti piante di tasso, alberi da frutto, magnolie, dove al centro si trova una vasca ottagonale e  opposto all'ingresso si trova una limonaia con una balaustra con i leoni.
Pensate che il palazzo fu acquistato per farne una fabbrica di birra, da Felice Pfanner, che rimase aperta sino al 1929.
Oggi accoglie l'esposizione come gli strumenti medico-chirurugici di Pietro Pfanner, set di cinema come il Marchese del Grillo, oppure se avete intenzioni di sposarvi questo è davvero un luogo magico lontano dal nostro tempo da scegliere come location per il vostro ricevimento di nozze.

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