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Cremona

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Cremona is a city in the Italian region of Lombardy, famous for its creators of stringed instruments, especially Antonio Stradivari. Even today, this small city is home to a number of small violin-making workshops.

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Trains run regularly from Milan to Cremona, and typically take about one hour. The Cremona train station, which is to the north of the city's main attractions, is close to the city's bus station. Walking from the train station to the Duomo will take you about 10 minutes.

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  • Museo Stradivario (Stradivarius Museum), via Ugolani Dati, 4 (tel. 0372407770, [1]. Tuesday to Saturday 9 - 18, Sunday and holidays: 10 - 18, Closed Mondays. To see an intriguing collection of stringed instrument-making tools (including wooden forms and paper models) from the former workshop of Antonio Stradivarius, visit this museum, housed in the city's civic museum. The museum also houses a collection of stringed instruments crafted by Stradivarius and other Cremona luthiers. € 7.00.


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