Palazzina di Marfisa d'Este, Ferrara

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The Palazzina Marfisa d'Este is a Renaissance-style small palace, once suburban, and sometimes referred to as a villa, located on Corso Giovecca #170, just east of Central Ferrara, region of Emilia-Romagna, Italy. It was constructed in 1559 by the peripatetic Francesco d'Este, and inherited by his daughter, Marfisa in 1578.

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  • This palace of Marfisa d'Este can be visited in 30 minutes. It is open again after the Covid-19 closure. We were wearing a face mask during the visit. It was possible to make a reservation but not...  more »
  • The small palace had 8 - 10 rooms to tour. Each room had descriptions in both English and Italian - plus they provided and overview of the structure when we arrived. It is part of the MYFE card...  more »
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  • What an extraordinary place! I have missed it on previous visits to Ferrara. The ceiling decorations in Roman style are fantastic. The rooms are full of period furniture. The curators are wonderful.
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