Museo Malacologico Piceno, Cupra Marittima

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  • An enormous collection of shells and fossils from all across the globe, many going back millions of years. Wonderous shapes and colors. Tribal masks and more traditional western objects show how diffe...  more »
  • Amazing collection, we learned a lot. Welcoming and available hosts, really passionate people who for sure know what they are talking about and are happy to share it. A unique and beautiful experience...  more »
  • Incredible large amazing collection of seashells of all sizes, colors and types, not small... we got enough after viewing one full floor (there are two) but we pulled ourselves some effort to see the ...  more »
  • Amazing, beautiful and rare collection of shells of the world. I would highly recommend. At the exit you will find the marine Wonderland shop which you can take home as a reminder. Thank you so much to manage the Museum. I have no words to express my gratitude. Ines Ukraina, Antonio di Napoli.
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  • Shells coral fossil sponges fans of Pearl work has many nice crosses. To visit.
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  • Great experience, immersive Museum, recommend it to all! Unique in the world!
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  • Beautiful everything and friendly staff
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  • We hadn't visited years ago, now is richer, very interesting, full of seashells and beyond. It would take a great lighting
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