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Cerite National Museum, Cerveteri

(4.3/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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  • This museum is really small, two halls, but ... There's something wonderful ... in decades is back in Cerveteri the crater and a kylix Greek Potter Euphronios, but there are other items of interest. You can't skip this visit. The location is lovely. It would be appropriate to associate with this visit to the Etruscan necropolis.
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  • Visit after going to the banditaccia necropolis. There are preserved vases and relics unearthed here and who have escaped to the bandits who pillaged over the centuries. Nice
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  • We did the combo and the Necropoli was excellent but the woman working at the museum was very miserable. My kids were looking at the pieces and my little guy got excited over something he saw so he ra...  more »
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  • A small museum but a great gem! Composed of a room on the pianterremo and a large hall upstairs, allows you to follow the different cultural phases of Caere (Cerveteri), from the 9th century. BC until the age of romanization. The lower level houses the oldest age kits, from the tombs of the necropolis (mainly of Banditaccia). Upstairs exposes the blooming period related with the last kits city, some sarcophagi, burial markers, and especially the beautiful and precious Euphronios crater. Full of interactive multimedia presentations is a Museum from "live" for both children and adults.
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  • To visit after visit to the necropolis. Possibility of making a single ticket.
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  • Very interesting, and free on the first Sunday of each month.
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