Palazzo Pfanner

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Via degli Asili, Lucca, Italy

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Palazzo Pfanner. Feb 09, 2018
This palace was built in the second half of the XVII century for the Moriconi family. They were noble silk merchants. In 1680 the property was taken over by the Contarini; another family of noble merchants. In the second half of the ninethenth century the palace was bought by an Austrian brewer; Felix Pfanner who was asked to come to Lucca in 1846 by duke Carlo Lodovico di Borbone who wished a skilled brewer to make beer in town.

Inside this palace you can see the old kitchen, some nice rooms and a collection of surgical instruments belonged to Pietro Pfanner; son of Felix.

Palazzo Pfanner has a beautiful garden with statues representing the four seasons and some divinities. You can spot this garden from the town walls.
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Maurizioago says:
Sure! Lucca could be easily visited as a day trip from Florence; by bus.
Posted on: Jan 25, 2017
Toonsarah says:
This sounds lovely. We like to go to Italy regularly but have never been to Lucca. Do you think it would be a good destination for one of our city breaks?
Posted on: Jan 25, 2017
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