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Museo Civico, Chiusi

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  • A fascinating trip in the underground etruscan and medieval old Chiusi. A well maintained path among antiques makes the visitor come back to very old times. The young lady who guided us was friendly a...  more »
  • Discover how deep underground, below the piazza in Chiusi there are narrow passages, canals, a huge water tank, mostly built after the Etruscans died out, but still fascinating. Bring a torch and suit...  more »
  • Enjoy walking through tunnels that end up into a giant cistern once used for collecting rain water.An amazing feet for those times.  more »
  • Nice place for a short cultural and historical trip under the streets of Chiusi.
  • One of the coolest experiences I had in Italy! I highly recommend doing the cave tours! One of the most unforgettable things was seeing the underground lake!
  • Visit interesting accompanied by a young archaeologist extremely knowledgeable and passionate. Closed is a beautiful city if you don't know go there, we will definitely be back to complete the visits.
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  • Gorgeous, full of ancient artifacts, some curious, also Greek pottery that the Etruscans were inspired ... and copied.
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  • Beautiful location in the underground tunnels of closed to the rediscovery of ancient Etruscan civilization.
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