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Museo di Zoologia, Bologna

(3.5/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
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  • I love this kind of museums, so I decided to go. More so in Monday when the rest of the museums are closed, the more free entrance. Pluses on this ran out. Certainly this museum exists at the same University, to lead children to study animals, there are benefits but there is no word of exhibits. Remember uporotogo Fox? Fifty per cent of the scarecrows look the same. Another cent twenty-it's time to throw out, it seems that they are not dozhevala dog. The remaining exhibits just dusty and old. Half the time to museums trying not to laugh, another fight with podstupajushhej nausea.
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  • Exhibition at the University of Bologna, admission free. Everything is laid out over 3 floors, I absolutely recommend!
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  • There are many types of birds from all over the world (well the entire ground floor), but also many other animals. The structure of the Museum is an old one with many shrines, but for kids, animal lovers, it's a nice experience because there are animals that you can't see live in zoos. We visited in about an hour.
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  • Externally it appears rather anonymous and almost you are likely to get around without noticing it, but inside hides 4 floors wonders. One tip, take at least a couple of hours and, if you have little time, matches from the fourth floor.
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  • It is one of the most important Zoological museums of Italy. free entry, to visit!
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  • A fascinating Museum. Visited with universities and on my behalf.
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  • Very charming, very few guides and AIDS for tourists but it's free
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