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Cerite National Museum, Cerveteri

(4.3/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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  • Gorgeous if not excellent it was certainly worth all met really impressive invoice for non-dispersive atmosphere ideal for the Etruscan, well preserved beautiful Museum talking Castle Rahim but what really hit or my accompanying Euphronius jar brought back from America in the right place and should be kept but ... especially admired enchanting to advertise worth Sin charge admission. Art should not have! To visit
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  • With the simple addition of 2 € at the ticket of the necropolis is also the entrance to the museo nazionale Etrusco di Cerveteri. Inside you will find all the remains found in the catacombs and beyond. The Museum is small, two-storied, but well done, especially for audio-racconti di Piero Angela about finds and two splendid vessels present at 2° floor.
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  • Overall a pretty clear Museum. The price is low, but there's not much to see. After the visit to the necropolis are we staying here shortly and were out in about 30 minutes. In retrospect it would have to the time better for the onward journey next target to use.
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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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