The cultural treasures of the Pecci-Blunt family
The museum, at the first floor of clock house, that hosts the cultural heritage of the great collector and patron of the arts, the countess Anna Laetizia Pecci-Blunt. The wide-ranging collection features personal items, memorabilia and a large range of books.
The museum can only be reached by stairs.
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Pope Leo XIII
Memorabilia and items belonging to Leo the thirteenth (born Gioacchino Pecci), Pope of the Catholic Church from 1878 to 1903.
The oldest and most valuable items from Villa Reale’s book collection, numbering over 10,000 volumes.
Area dedicated to periodicals: magazines, newspapers, yearbooks and almanacs are testimony to the last centuries.
The Pecci-Blunt record library includes works from classical symphonies to traditional songs and world music.
These cabinets contain many artefacts originating from the indigenous populations from the American continent.