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Museum Palazzo Blu in Pisa gets life saving defibrillator

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20 May 2016
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Our partner RCP Planet succeeded again in making a landmark in Pisa a heart safe place. The museum Palazzo Blu is equipped with a HeartSine AED and a Rotaid AED cabinet. This is established in cooperation with Maurizio Cecchini of the foundation Cecchini Cuore.

About the museum
The Palazzo Blu is organising exhibitions and shows art collections to make them available to the public in Pisa’s heart. It is a historical landmark in Pisa and the only blue building in town.

It has been restored and it now hosts art shows from very famous painters (for example Kandinsky, Modigliani, Tolouse Lautrec, Chagal and Mirò). Since the start of art shows in 2008, Palazzo Blu already welcomed more than 500,000 visitors.

If you are interested in reading the whole story about the museum and art shows, please visit the website of Palazzo Blu: Palazzoblu.it

More information about the foundation Cecchini Cuore go to Cecchinicuore.org. Our partner RCP Planet can be found here: RCP-planet.com

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