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FIRST FLOOR - ART IN THE REPUBLIC

This section of the Museum is dedicated to the works of art linked to the Republic’s history and legend, many of which originally decorating the most important public and religious buildings of the City of San Marino. 

The exhibition starts with the paintings and objects coming from the ancient Monastery of Saint Chiara, which today, duly restructured, hosts temporary exhibitions and is the seat of some public offices. (Room V)   

The main room displays some masterpieces. Among these, worth mentioning are the paintings by the Guercino and his pupils, Cesare and Benedetto Gennari, Matteo Loves, Elisabetta Sirani.  (Room VI)

The works in the adjacent room are dedicated to the two patron saints of the Republic, Saint Marino and Saint Agata. In this room are also some typical objects used during the activities of San Marino Institutions (urns and plates used to vote, the form of oath of the Captains Regent, etc.) (Room VII). The following room displays some objects once used in the Republic: mugs, musical instruments, games and the insignia of San Marino most important orders of chivalry. (Room VIII)   

The last room of this floor is dedicated to the origins of the State Museum and collects the early donations received in the 19th century, among which some valuable panel paintings and sculptures (15th and 16th centuries). (Room IX)

 

FIRST FLOOR

ROOM V

ROOM VI

ROOM VII

ROOM VIII

ROOM IX 

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