From 22 to 28 August the portego” on the second floor, the three side rooms and halls of the ceramics are closed to the public for exhibition displays.
Remain to be visited the tapestry room (Room VII) with the sixteenth-century busts and paintings by Van Dyck, Tinteretto, Titian, Paris Bordon and the landing of the second floor, with the works of the Tuscan school of the Renaissance.

In short, all the news about the exhibition, which will open to the public on August 30