Galleria Nazionale delle Marche – Palazzo Ducale di Urbino

Galleria Nazionale delle Marche - Palazzo Ducale of Urbino

The Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, in the city of Urbino, is located in the spaces of the Palazzo Ducale, a splendid residence commissioned by Federico da Montefeltro.

The Galleria Nazionale delle Marche preserves a vast heritage of artworks that includes paintings and sculptures from the thirteenth to the eighteenth century, ceramics, coins, drawings and some furnishings, in addition to the decorations of the rooms of the Doge's Palace.

The Galleria Nazionale delle Marche is inextricably linked both to the names of the architects who worked on the building, Luciano Laurana and Francesco di Giorgio, and to those of the artists whose works are exhibited in the gallery and which evoke the cultural climate of the Frederick era. We remember the painter Giovanni Santi and his famous son Raphael, Pedro Berruguete but also Federico Barocci and Tiziano.

In addition to the Gallery, the Palazzo Ducale hosts on the ground floor the Archaeological and Lapidary Museum which originated in the collections of epigraphs gathered in Urbino by Fabretti.


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Piazza Rinascimento 13
61029 Urbino


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