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Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Chieti
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Un luogo che ha le testimonianze storiche uniche nel suo genere. Sicuramente da visitare con una guida perché non ci sono le spiegazioni vicino alle statue ecc. e quindi non è sempre facile comprender... read more »A place that has the historical remains unique in its kind. Definitely worth visiting with a guide because there are explanations next to statues etc. and so it is not always easy to understand what they mean. When we bought the tickets, the Lord in ticket offices was very friendly and gave us a photocopy of a magazine with the description of the Warrior and asked us to return it later:)show original
Indubbiamente il Guerriero di Capestrano, enigmatica e magnetica statua italica del VI a.C., è catalizzatore di tutte le attenzioni di questo ricchissimo museo, vanto regionale assoluto per organizzaz... read more »Undoubtedly, the Warrior of Capestrano, enigmatic and italic statue of magnetic VI ad, is a catalyst for all the attention to this very rich Museum, boasting absolute regional organization, layout and wealth of material clearly exemplary teaching. On a tour of Abruzzo is a must! Also because the magnificent Warrior nell'allestimento di Mimmo Paladino is unique and unfathomable to behold with calm and thorough investigation. Hyper-stra-highly recommended!show original
Pur avendo a disposizione poco tempo, ho voluto visitare il Museo di Chieti per poter vedere il famoso Guerriero di Capestrano. Debbo dire che le mie aspettative non sono state deluse perchè la statua... read more »Despite having little time, I wanted to visit the Museum of Chieti in order to see the famous warrior of Capestrano. I have to say that my expectations have not been disappointed because the statue, called "the Warrior of Capestrano", is simply magnificent. The statue was carved in marble in the 6th century BC, is over two meters high and represents a warrior of the people of this province with its armor. Overhead has a very strange headgear that, according to some, is actually a helmet, according to other interpretations, given the wide hips of the figure, could perhaps represent a donna! However the statue is impressive, surprising and extremely interesting. The only sore point, at least for me, is the fact that the statue is on the ground floor, next to it, there is no explanation or didactic placard. The friendly ticket Lady explained that the statue was located on the top floor (but why!?), where I have been without finding anything (actually I had also quickly). Main article: the topic had to resort to google.show original
Gem of a museum
Loris MagliuloGreat, very interesting.show original
Marco CilliBeautiful Warriorshow original
Marco AngelozziThe "home" of warrior of Capestrano. Already just to see the famous statue is worth the penis. Highly recommendedshow original
Giuseppe CapuzziVery niceshow original
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