Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Adria, Adria

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  • OK, clearly this isn't the Louvre or the British Museum. But Adria is a town of just 20,000 people. The care that locals must have taken in preparing the exhibition in chronological order, explaining ...  more »
  • The finds of the Imperial Roman are wonderful, with coloured glasswares that could rival the very best of Murano art. The finds of Attic pottery and of Etruscan jewerly have the perfection of finesse....  more »
  • One of the best museums I have been to recently. The quality of the archaeological findings and the way they are presented through a colour-coded chronological order is excellent. It is learned but no...  more »
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  • Fabulous. It was truly a breakthrough. I have seen many museums and this managed to amaze me and broaden my knowledge. Nice to see the use of glass in the first century, nice collection, beautiful horse's grave. Outstanding really. Too bad it's so little known to most people.
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  • The Museum for those who want to see the glorious history of a multiethnic city where paleoveneti, Etruscans and Celts meet before romanization ...
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  • Handled with courtesy and efficiency, stands the Group concerning the archaeologists of the "study of," offers, upon request or on special occasions, thematic visits, animated readings, shows, for all ages and interest on past populations of Polesine and Adria in particular (Veneti, Celts, Greeks and Romans ...)
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  • Interesting path properly studied, great exhibits well described and perfect lighting. Staff particularly helpful and friendly. To visit and revisit several times to the wealth of content.
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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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