Music Museum - Mansion Dolná Krupá

Region: Region Trnava (Trnavský kraj)
District: Trnava
City / Municipality: Dolná Krupá
Latitude:48° 29' 3.1686" / 48.4842135
Longitude:17° 32' 46.936320000241" / 17.546371200000067
Included in categories: Mansions and Palaces, Museums
Dolná Krupá Mansion - Music Museum The history of Mansion Dolná Krupá dates back to the 16th century and is associated with the Brunsvik family. The mansion was built by Anton Brunsvik in the middle of the 18th century on the site of an older building. At the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century, the mansion was rebuilt, and other objects were added, too. Part of the mansion is also a large English park with an area of 17 hectares. There is a memorial house of Ludwig van Beethoven, who visited the mansion in the early 19th century. According to a Brunsvik family tradition, Ludwig van Beethoven allegedly composed his best-known piano work in mansion - Moonlight Sonata. The mansion is an example of classicistic architecture in Slovakia from the late 18th and early 19th century. On the present, there are expositions of the Slovak national museum  - Music museum in the mansion. Slovak National Museum - The Music Museum is one of the few museums in Europe specializing in documenting the history ... ... Read more
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