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Erasmus blog Pisa

  • Visiting the Museo Nazionale di Palazzo Reale in Pisa (Italy)

    This time we will dress well, take our laced fan - ladies - or just the grandfather's old stick with a beautiful ivory eagle head on its top - gentlemen - and step into the brightness of a meaningful era! Museo Nazionale di Palazzo Reale Along Lungarno Pacinotti, the...

    1 by Brandy, 4 years ago
  • National Museum of San Matteo

    This is the Museum, you'll find it at Lungarno Mediceo if I remember correctly, but in any case, the fourth bus-stop along Lungarno. Well, once arrived there, you must know that you'll gonna spend about three hours or maybe more to see and read everything. And I...

    0 by Brandy, 4 years ago
  • Orto Botanico di Pisa

    Flowers always make people better, happier, and more hopeful; they are sunshine, food, and medicine for the soul. As I said, I came with many many information and pictures to show you how amazing, colorful, fresh and green the botanical garden of Pisa is! Orto Botanico...

    1 by Brandy, 4 years ago
  • Churches and their beauty

    My interest in churches architecture, style, and visual art was born a long time ago, while I was wandering around with my mother in some city, admiring the beauty of the buildings. Chiesa di Santa Cristina The Church of S. Cristina has stood where it is today, south...

    0 by Brandy, 4 years ago
  • Palazzo and so on

    For those who like and appreciate architecture and all lines of that (respect!), I have some nice details I want to share with you about these impressive buildings that blow my mind. During the day, between two courses or when I was just wandering around, I found some...

    0 by Brandy, 4 years ago
  • Drawing Abroad

    I was inspired by the bohemian atmosphere of Italy and the jolly nature its people. My feeling was a peculiar one, firstly being in a new picture that was completely unknown, there was the enthusiasm of finding a good place for drawing. I prepared my “drawing kit”...

    0 by Brandy, 4 years ago
  • Archinside and outside

    Let's talk about what you can see while visiting Pisa!  As student - but I suggest to act like one even if you're not - take a map from the University because is very nice drawn and you have pinned almost every nice and important thing there. Moreover, there are...

    1 by Brandy, 4 years ago
  • Pisa is not just a tower

    I bet everytime you hear Pisa, you think about the leaning tower, which is the main monument and the reason why so many people visit this town, however, even knowing Pisa is not a huge city, it has more than that. A college town In this town is located the University of...

    2 by Patricia, 8 years ago

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