4 Viale Masini Hotel Design

Address: Viale A. Masini, 4, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 40126, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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      ... the crypt,which we visited, there is a 13th century painting that was revealed during restorations. Incredible to be up close to this painting. It was making me wonder, "Who decides?" Who decides what is important, what is priceless, what is deserving of the swarms of crowds? Is David so much more important than the terra cottas by Nicolo dell'Arca we saw at Santa Maria della Vita? Who gets to decide these things? I am almost convinced that I'll pass on seeing ...