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Scavi D'Egnazia, Fasano
(4.6/5 based on 160 reviews on the web)
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  • We were very fortunate to enjoy a visit to a reasonable price. Dr. Cynthia has guided us in the excavations in an admirable way explaining clearly and professionalism so many things about the area of excavations covering a long period: from the bronze age onwards. Wherefore, the things to say and to see were many. The visit continued in the many rooms of the Museum organized in such a way as to make clear and usable the path without a guide.
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  • Visiting the Archaeological Museum of Egnatia, that in carrying out in thirteen sections retraces the history of the settlement from the bronze age to the middle ages, you will come across a millenary path, a modern communications system and also for the value of the artifacts found, is able to explain effectively what the visitor will discover the next visit to the Archaeological Park. It is then easy to stroll through the diggings, having in mind the reconstructions seen in the Museum, and imagine the lives of the inhabitants of this city in various eras.
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  • Very interesting archaeological area complemented by a museum well maintained with many exhibits and explanations.
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  • The Archaeological Museum of Egnazia (SEA precisely:-)) was a surprise, surprise for completeness of information boards, for the quality of exhibits, for the courtesy of the staff. A museum with a capital M that I have "stripped" from the first to the last room. The archaeological area is accessed behind the Museum: the path is well marked and there are numerous information panels. Next to the Museum you can visit the Western necropolis, where is possible to see together the three types of tombs. The Acropolis unfortunately I only saw her from outside. The place is very impressive: the combination Sea-story here is very strong. The three best things about 1) head of Attis 2) the first room with the fragments detached from a Chamber tomb and a beautiful vase of Gnathia style 3) Via Traiano and the remains of an amphitheatre and civil Basilica.
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  • Beautiful museum that chronicles local history, full of artifacts to be admired. The excavations are very interesting and fascinating. A blast from the past, by messapi to the Romans.
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  • I have not visited, but still viewed from the road open a glimpse into the past flourishing in this area
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  • Beautiful archeological area to watch for anyone in the area. First Sunday of every month free
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  • Very nice Museum on the coins found at the site (lots of antique pieces on display). The explanations provided by the audio phone are accurate and allow to understand the history of the region. Outside, it is possible to go in fall them within the necropolis.
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