Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Ferrara

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  • The Museum (admission € 6.00) is housed in the 16th-century palazzo traditionally attributed to Ludovico Sforza detto il Moro, Duke of Milan, in an architectural context of great charm and beauty. To be reached at a time of no great voter turnout and the help of an audioguide digestible format, have enabled us to fully appreciate the Museum preserving the testimonies of the necropolis and the town of Etruscan Spina, the thriving commercial port that between the 6th and 3rd century. a.C.uno of focal points in the region. Of particular interest are the treasure room frescoed by Garofalo, craft monossili to Pirogues Hall, late Roman age (3rd-4th century AD), and the Hall of Gold with gold jewelry, silver, amber and glass paste dating to the 5th and 4th century BC. BC The great exhibition with clear explanatory videos and suitable routes for children, make your visit a pleasant one. (don't miss the adjacent grounds).
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  • The Museum is well done, with several rooms with Etruscan and Greek trade port plug. Friendly staff! To see!
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  • Free Museum day today ... taking advantage of this event we decided to visit Ferrara and therefore also the National Archaeological Museum. Maintained and cared for well. .. where it tells the story of the Etruscans by finds made over the years. The country Italy and steeped in history. Wonderful.
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  • this place was fantastic. Really well done, marked and displayed. A gem. finds from Spina, Greco-Etruscan seaport and trading colony near Comacchino. Those frescoes in the ceiling of Sala del Tesoro are to die for, so beautiful. Gorgeous garden in back well kept; a tranquil respite. Deserves to be visited more
  • People at the box office were very nice to me, even if I'm not talking about Italian very well. Furthermore, did the tour and the Guide answered with patience the various questions.
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  • This fantastic Museum was dedicated to the ancient Etruscan town of Thorn, not far from Comacchio. This beautiful building is the result of the excavations made in the necropolis of Spina. At the top, you can admire the discovery of over 4000 graves and their objects inside (ranging from the sixth to the third century b.c.) that make it the most important collection of that time in the world. In fact in the tombs have been found numerous examples of attic pottery (Greek) since the Etruscans maintained numerous trade with the Greeks, of course there are also local products. The view is very wide and very well organized, with explanatory panels including multimedia. You will live a unique experience, in close contact with a civilization of more than 2000 years ago, discover how they lived, what they produced, as they wrote, who prayed and much more besides you can even touch objects dating from the 4th century BC a experience ever lived in any other Museum. Prices are 3 euros for children up to 25 years and 5 euros full price. Also not to be underestimated is the beautiful Palace where it guarded this Museum, the palazzo di Ludovico il moro is a pride for the city of ferrara. Not to forget the pirogues are also hidden a little lie down on your left. I recommend a visit.
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  • The building is magnificent and very spectacular collection, especially for fans of the ceramic. His collection includes two canoes built from large logs, of incomparable historical value.
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  • Magnificent museum dedicated to the city of Thorn. Will leave you breathless la Sale of the Dugouts, the Hall of the Ori and the many artifacts found in the necropolis of Spina. Salt very large and detailed explanations make it a pleasant visit to this museum. Too bad the lack of bookshop.
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