The Maritime Museum was founded in 1988 , thanks to Washington Patrignani (1915-1999), a retired professor, historian and naval technique, who had collected the objects kept by sailors on board or in their yards. His idea was to create a museum of the sea to illustrate the work done in shipyards, showing tools, tackle, clothes, images and small sailing boats. A number of people in Pesaro helped Patrignani with the project: Floro and Gaetano Gennari, Giuseppe Ortolani, Paolo Pompei, Dino Rondolini, and in particular Renato Bertini and Umberto Spadoni who collaborated with him in setting up the museum itself and on the preparation of a museum guide: Guida Breve al Museo del Mare (1989); the graphic design is by Massimo Dolcini. The museum was closed in the mid-nineties and reopened to the public in 2007. The museum is housed in Villa Molarini, which was restored thanks to Renco Company.
OPENING TIME: From October to May Tue.-Thurs. 9.30-12.30; Fri 16-19; June-September Sat-Sun 16-19
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Flavors and Craft:
Pesaro and Gioachino Rossini, Colli Pesaresi DOC, Pesaro - Public Markets, Pesaro - Herb Market, Pesaro - Renata Tebaldi, Pesaro city of ceramics
Cozy or wild beaches, the sea for all tastes
The Marche Region in Blue
A journey into the past
Art and Culture
The Museum Church itinerary in Pesaro and Urbino Province
Art and Culture Spirituality and Meditation
Nature lovers will not be disappointed in the Marche!
Parks and Active Nature