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Museo Civico e Area Archeologica, Fiesole

(3.8/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
Museo Civico e Area Archeologica is made up of an ancient Roman theater and a museum located within a former Jesuit convent. Here you'll find detailed archaeological exhibits, such as one on the ancient Alban, including the storied bronze armor of Albano. You'll also see artifacts and statues from the original Roman theater, Etruscan urns, bronze statues, and Greek vases. Next door, the amphitheater is well labeled to give visitors a sense of its history. Make Museo Civico e Area Archeologica a part of your Fiesole vacation plans using our Fiesole trip itinerary planner.
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  • After a tiny bit of hassle finding the bus up from Florence - take the no.7 from Piazza San Marco, side of the square opposite the church. The bus is likely to say San Marco on the front as it's a cir...  more »
  • Per se, the area is quite rich, beautiful theater and offer ideas for a nice visit, but widespread weeds do not give the idea of an open air museum!
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  • The archaeological area is very interesting, the information is not many and not very accurate but anyway in my opinion enough. Unfortunately the high grass and little care for the area ruin the environment. Recommend to visit not only for the historical interest but also for the fabulous panorama can be admired. The Museum is very rich, is Hapy and intuitive, even in this case the information doesn't seem very accurate
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  • I was fascinated by the Etruscan of the yearning of the Fiesole hills. Years looked forward to the moment, reminiscent of Etruscan Splendors on this Hill, so that pleasure cannot be words. On the other side of the Archaeological Museum of Florence.
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