Palazzo Te is located in the city of Mantua and was built in 1524-34 for Federico II Gonzaga. Today the palace is used as a museum, where you can visit, among other things, the permanent Egyptian exhibition with over 500 Egyptian works brought to Italy by Mantuan Giuseppe Acerbi, who was consul in Egypt from 1826 to 1834.
You can also see a permanent art exhibition with 19 works by Federico Zandomeneghi and 13 works by Armando Spadini. This collection was donated to the museum by the Mondadori family in 1974 and has been part of the museum's permanent collection since 1983.
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