* **Art Museum. Applied and Decorative Arts **
The new Museum at Palazzo Zuckermann (opposite the Scrovegni Chapel) contains more than 2000 examples of applied and decorative arts belonging to collections formerly in the Museum of Medieval and Modern Art: glass, intaglio and inlay work, ceramics, silver, ivory, jewellery, textiles and fabrics, and furniture. These pieces, most of which have never before been on public display, illustrate the various types of artefacts made and used in Padova between the Middle Ages and second half of the 19th century.
* **Museo Bottacin**
The new Bottacin Museum at Palazzo Zuckermann-the museum has changed location three times in 135 years-hosts the entire collection of Nicola Bottacin, a wealthy merchant who, in 1865, gave the city of Padova all his works of art and numismatic collections which were in his home in Trieste. The paintings, furniture, sculptures, Chinese ceramics, antique weapons and other works he had collected to decorate his villa are exhibited here in an ideal reconstruction of that house, which was built according to typically eclectic 19th-century taste.
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* Further information about Palazzo Zuckermann
* Go to the official website of Palazzo Zuckermann
* Go to the official website of Museo Bottacin