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Museo Civico Emanuele Barba, Gallipoli

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Museo Civico Emanuele Barba is located in Gallipoli. A visit to Museo Civico Emanuele Barba represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Gallipoli trip itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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  • I recommend a visit to this small museum which showcases a myriad of animals from small birds to the enormous blue whale, as well as traces of the past, from the antiquity to the remnants of the ' 900 amphoras. The ticket costs only 1 €. If you are bringing children, be careful because the mezzanine exposes some human and animal fetuses kept in bowls with liquid.
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  • On the ground floor there are various types of stuffed animals some Tatty, pieces of memorabilia of World War II. The mezzanine various types of fetuses with malformations submerged in liquid in glass jars, not suitable for who is suggestible.
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  • It is the second time I go there and always leaves me a little così.la the bottom devoted to animals and remains of war but the room on the first floor with the fetuses exposed is really impressive remembered well the feeling of years and with time is always the same a little strong but part of our scientific growth
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