Museo Amedeo Lia
Castello di San Giorgio
An assortment of local archaeological artefacts from prehistoric to medieval times are displayed at the city's hilltop fortifications.
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Museo Amedeo Lia information
This fine-arts museum in a restored 17th-century friary is La Spezia's star cultural attraction. The collection spans from the 13th to 18th centuries and includes paintings by masters such as Tintoretto, Montagna, Titian and Pietro Lorenzetti. Also on show are Roman bronzes and ecclesiastical treasures, such as Limoges crucifixes and illuminated musical manuscripts.