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Musee des Docks Romains, Marseille
Categories: History Museums, Museums
This Roman commercial warehouse is one of the few that exists worldwide. During the war, in 1947 the ancient docks were accidently discovered. It was at this site, the Musee des Docks Romains was built in 1963. You can marvel at the ancient Roman agricultural resourcefulness when you visit the museum and take a closer look at the 30 dolia or large ceramic roman jars, which they used to store wine or oil. You can also view many articles that were discovered during underwater excavation of shipwrecks near the Marseilles’ harbor. Before you head to Marseille, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Marseille trip itinerary planner, to make sure you see all that Marseille has to offer, including Musee des Docks Romains.
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Este es otro de los grandes museos que se encuentran en la ciudad el exterior es totalmente diferente y tienen una pequeña y la cuneta que da hacia el mar me imagino que solamente puede ser utilizada ... read more »This is another of the major museums that are located in the city outside is completely different and have a small and the side of the road facing the sea, I imagine that it can only be used to send groups of people on a platform that have in the regionshow original
Formidable Exposition Picasso et visites des autres salles aux thèmes divers et tous très intéressants.Great Exhibition Picasso and visits to other rooms to the various and all topics very interesting.show original
Lorsque nous y sommes allés il y avait une exposition payante et une gratuite. Vous pouvez entrer et ne visiter que l'exposition gratuite qui était très intéressanteWhen we went there was a pay exhibition and a free. You can enter and visit only the free exhibition, which was very interestingshow original
I could not believe that a museum can impress me in this way, but here on, it happened. For so many years I live in this city and I finally found time to enjoy an enriching tour. It was good that at the entrance, a back lit panel offers a historiographical information, that allowed me to better understand this unique space.
Chiara SalviniVery interesting Museumshow original
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