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The Museum of Figurines

Jul 1, 2014 4:34:52 PM Posted By admin admins

unusual museum and beloved by adults and children, that of the figurine is the brainchild of a great collector, Giuseppe Panini, the same as in 1961, in collaboration with the brothers Benito, Umberto and Franco Cosimo, decided to found the famous company Panini.

He founded in 1986 the museum put on display, for the first, numerous color prints Giuseppe Panini over the years managed to collect. The same museum a few years later, in 1992 it was donated to the City of Modena is no coincidence that today is known as the world capital of modern figurine.

Those visiting today the figurine museum in Modena has the chance to make a real feast of figurines, those who have made us dream at least three generations of fans, but also to admire antique prints, Envelope Seals, stamps, paper money, menus, calendars and much more: in short the visit to the museum is a real blast from the past.

Constructed in 2006, the figurine museum is now housed in the beautiful and elegant Palazzo Santa Margherita (Palazzo Santa Margherita, Corso Canalgrande 103, 41121 Modena) who shares with the Library Dolphins, the Galleria Civica and the Institute of Musical Studies.

During the walk, guests of the museum you will have the chance to admire, housed in 6 large closets exhibitors, 44,000 Liebig cards and 500,000 figurines and related materials. The permanent exhibition is the most substantial and consists of at least six sections: the history, chromolithography, the emergence and dissemination, Liebig, not only figurines and the modern figure. Periodically, the permanent exhibition there are always associated temporary related to the world of figure and fun.

All fans can visit the Museum of the figurine from Wednesday to Friday from 10.30 to 13.00 and from 16.00 to 19.30 and Saturdays and Sundays from 10.30 to 19.30. On Mondays and Tuesdays, the museum is closed.
Admission is strictly free and for more information you can contact the museum by phone (tel: 059 2032919-059 2033090) or by sending emails.

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