Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Adria, Adria
(4.6/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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  • Very nice and rich archaeological museum exhibits. Well divided by periods and with clear maps and regions that are better understand the origin and movement of peoples. Only lack the tours which, if well made and affordable would attract many more people.
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  • I didn't know about this Museum (not even I had heard of it) and I must say it was a genuine surprise. Without being huge (you visit well in a couple of hours) gives a good overview of the history of Adria between Veneti, Etruscans, Greeks and Romans. The only draw back is the bookshop (non-existent). Recommended for those who want to make a Sunday drive out without being confined to only binge of lunch
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  • It's always exciting to go back in time, rediscovering what has contributed in the past to shape our DNA. The National Archaeological Museum of Adria succeeds very well in a renewed and amazing display that shows us what we are: in this case also by fine polychrome glass or glass paste-Roman and Roman age, colorful and imaginative cleverly enhanced in lighting effects.
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  • In this museum you can admire many Etruscan artefacts, most found in adjacent to the ancient necropolis Hatria. Fascinating to see the burial of a chariot with three horses, carried in the Museum practically as it was found. A skilled craftsman in the country has managed to reproduce the production techniques of ceramics by then, so you can buy in the city of faithful copies of some of the finest artifacts in the Museum.
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  • Very interesting and full of unique archaeological material. View SHU great. Defect: hours of operation. Such interesting exhibits must not close how does a store!!
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  • Location: entering gives the sense of something old and forgotten, not a museum. Good service of guides and workshops for children
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  • Very nice exhibits, to look after the park outside and the aesthetic side of the Museum. If there was a space dedicated to as Adria lived the second world war, I would get a lot more hits.
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  • Miseo archeologico nazionale di Adria, includes many Etruscan artifacts including the Etruscan blown glass very rare and unique in their kind. Nice to see the remains of a Roman chariot with two horses ' skeletons still attached.
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