Museo Archeologico Baglio Anselmi, Marsala

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Museo Archeologico Baglio Anselmi is located in Marsala. To visit Museo Archeologico Baglio Anselmi on your holiday in Marsala, and find out what else Marsala has to offer, use our Marsala travel itinerary maker.
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  • Impressive, an obligatory stop for tourists in Hawaii and beyond. Very cheap ticket price.
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  • Today I accompanied my daughter to visit the Archaeological Park of the Baglio Anselmi of marsala and I will not hide that I was amazed by the beauty of archaeological but disappointed at the lack of descriptions of sites, I'll explain the signs were there but were missing descriptions. I do not understand why you can keep such a depressing spectacle. I rated excellent on site but poor who runs it.
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  • The archaeological site is in a State of appalling neglect. The placards are in large part unreadable. At some point during our visit approached a pack of dogs which fortunately not attacked us. We didn't get to see the Museum since being restored. Shame really views the great tourist potential of this site. In the end the best thing was the wild rocket that grew abundantly in the ruins and we appropriately collected and eaten in the evening, adding to our orecchiette with seafood.
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  • The museum has some great punic and roman artifacts that are well displayed. The punic ship and maritime wing are especially fascinating, as are the artifacts from the Mozia Whittaker collection. Sadly, the cases are filthy on the outside and it looks like it has been years since the exhibits were cleaned or dusted. All this while five middle-aged attendants stand at the ticket counter.
  • After paying the ticket I found myself, along with two fellow teachers come to Turin to see me, in the middle of the degradation. The mosaics of the villa romana in total abandonment (I know very well the place for working at restoring them years ago), the wooden boardwalk verging on inagibilita and trash along the way. Arrived at the baglio Anselmi tell us that to work, you cannot visit the Punic ship and the Venus callipige. In haste make us sit in the street and visit over. Further disappointment for the Church of San Giovanni, of course closed. What need then all those cleaners? It is impossible to know. Logically Marsala the whole did not make a good impression in the eyes of my colleagues from the North.
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  • Too bad that in this period, in the Museum, there is little to see for maintenance to the property. The Punic ship and the Venus kallipygos (when you can) worth the price of admission. The area devoted to the excavations is instead kept in a manner unworthy. Unworthy.
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  • Site maintained by the Regione Siciliana shamelessly. Outside in total abandonment, largely closed, bored staff and uncooperative. Congratulations!
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  • Beautiful website but immaculately kept fucking and in total abandonment. May generate an incredible induced but is kept worse than a pigsty. Even the effort to reprint the cartels now unreadable and to remove waste from a mosaic
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