Museo Civico Archeologico e Pinacoteca Edilberto Rosa, Amelia

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Museo Civico Archeologico e Pinacoteca Edilberto Rosa is located in Amelia. To visit Museo Civico Archeologico e Pinacoteca Edilberto Rosa and other attractions in Amelia, use our Amelia itinerary maker.
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  • Amelia, a little town off the tourist trail, I was lucky enough to visit a small but very interesting Archaeological Museum and seeing for the first time a painting by Rubens never exhibited before. The archaeological remains willing and with adequate lighting are amazing results for wealth and peculiarity. Definitely will also end the visit of Roman cistern Amelia and palazzo Petrignani
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  • Hello today I brought a small casket of beauty to behold in Umbria. Amelia where besides a typical landscape so load, birthplace of the great TERENCE HILL, a tiny theater that you think is a small Fenice in Venice in miniature built as evidence before the most famous Venetian Theater, there is a museum that sees reign among its beauties the majestic bronze statue of GERMANICUS must see species for whom admirer of ancient Rome think up to 8 January you can admire a RUBENS original thanks to the collaboration of SGARBI ADMIRER. Stay two days to discover the treasures of this gem is unfortunately not known with the cyclopean walls among the largest in the world, I live in 10 km and despite the familiar is always a great pleasure visiting it I hope it is for you too, bye.
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  • I returned to the archaeological museum and I loved the set up and equipment of the Germanic. Beautiful and passionate the multimedia presentation, interesting panels explaining the discovery and restoration of the precious sculpture. Less intriguing exhibition on Rubens. Consists of a single dipento, whose attribution is recent. The ' care ' of Vittorio Sgarbi consists solely in pull over your name to that of the Flemish master. Not a catalog, not a brochure: not even a skimpy paraggrafetto to comment on the exposure ...
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