The former Roman settlement Brixia. Numerous monuments: Piazza della Loggia, Santa Giulia museum, the castle of the XII century
You ask what to do in Brescia. You want to get to know Brescia. You will find the following attractions:
  • Tourist regions - 1
  • Castles and palaces - 1
  • Shrines - 1
  • Museums and galleries - 3
Below is an interactive map, on which are marked attractions of Brescia. Below this map is a table.. From the map you can become acquainted with locations of objects. The table provides you with basic information about them.

Area Archeologica del Capitolium

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Museo Civico dell Eta Romana, Brescia, Italy

Capitolium, zbudowany przez cesarza Wespazjana w roku 73, stanowił religijne centrum starożytnego Brixia.

Brescia

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Brescia, Italy

The former Roman settlement Brixia. Numerous monuments: Piazza della Loggia, Santa Giulia museum, the castle of the XII century
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Brescia
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Brescia - castle

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Musei del Castello, Brescia, Italy

XII w. Jeden z najbardziej interesujacych kompleksów fortyfikacyjnych Włoch.

Duomo Nuovo

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Duomo Nuovo, Brescia, Italy

The dome of the cathedral is the third largest after St Peter`s Basilica. Peter in the Vatican and the Department of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence.

Museo di Santa Giulia

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via Musei, Brescia, Italy

The City Museum, unique in its design and location - a monastic complex of Lombard foundation - offers a journey through Brescia’s history, art and spirituality from prehistoric times to the present day.

Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo

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Piazza Moretto, Brescia, Italy

Palazzo Martinengo da Barco - houses the Civic Art Gallery. Twenty-five exhibition rooms contain a collection from the 13th to 18th centuries and includes masterpieces of the paintings by Raffaello Sanzio and Lorenzo Lotto.