This place shouldn't be compared with Maestro's home in Torre del Lago in which he lived for years and has been conserved as a museum. This one is the apartment where he was born, so kept in memory of him for the lovers of his music. The museum is decorated with some furniture of his time (not the original pieces as in Torre del Lago) and has some very interesting pieces to see like the pianoforte in which the maestro composed Turandot, a gorgeous costume from a Turandot premiere, some letters, note sheets, medals, paintings etc. It's good to visit but must be cheaper in my opinion. 7 euros is a little too much for such a small museum.
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