The palazzo was built in the late 1700s but has come to be known as the home of the "1900s collection" for its array of contemporary art. The Romagnoli family from Cesena had interests in Forli' from the 1500s. In 1806 under Napoleonic rule, Lorenzo Romagnoli was made prefect of the city and returned to the family's seat, so to speak. The beautiful salons and monumental staircase are highlights in themselves. But this palazzo is noted for its art collection; specifically, regional and national artists from the 20th century. The excellent variety enthralls everyone, so if you enjoy De Chirico, Morandi, Vedova and others, you'll love this museum.
Hours: from 9:30 AM til 1:30 PM and from 5:00 PM til 10:00 PM.
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Address in Forlì:
Via C. Albicini, 12.
Ph. (+39) 054 371 2627.