A 19th-century kitchen in a Genovese palazzo

Inside the magnificent Grimaldi Palazzo in Genoa is an essential room that often does not survive into the modern age.  I’m speaking of a kitchen.

As it happens the 19th-century kitchen of the Grimaldi Palazzo is more or less still extant and is a very interesting place to visit when in Genoa.  Here are some of my photos of my recent visit to this very important room.

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