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Museo Civico Cordici, Erice
(3.6/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • Small town museum, attention to detail, which has several sections including interesting that devoted to weapons of the first world war but also one dedicated to unique Nativity scenes. To visit.
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  • Punic monuments full of history and the various things in this museum reminds me very l Aeneid and the history of a people and its inhabitants the Punic Wars and the Venus ericina all very impressive and fascinating for history lovers
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  • The Cordici Museum has several sections, ranging from archaeology to sculpture and painting, weapons and military uniforms, a few precious Nativity scene. Everything is exposed. The lighting is in any case excellent, most often collides with a good view of the exhibits. The lights seem to place more to give visibility to the rooms that to illuminate the works. Among those that have caught my attention and turned on my taste, the head of a Hellenistic marble Venus so thoughtfully as refined; the vase gemino or saltcellar of culture of the Conca d'Oro of the copper; the beautiful Annunciation by Abdulla Gagini, which connects to the best production Renaissance; a pair of beautiful Nativity scenes, albeit badly lit. Works, which in their specificity, give tone to the Museum, making it well worth a visit.
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