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The Mascagni Museum in Livorno

The life and works of the Livornese musician, Pietro Mascagni

Livorno
The Mascagni Museum in Livorno is housed in a nineteenth century construction at the entrance of the Villa Maria park. It is home to many documents and artifacts which bear witness to the life and works of Pietro Mascagni. Most of these items were kindly donated by the maestro’s family.

Opening hours
Currently closed for renovation work

Entry fee
Free

Disabled access
No

Contact information
via Calzabigi 54
Livorno
Telephone 0586 852695 (Labronica Library)
E-mail vmaria@comune.livorno.it

 
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