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Casa Noha, Matera
(4.5/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
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  • The movie perfectly explains the history and culture, as well as the ups and downs of the local economy and living standards of the poor 
  • Everything you need to know about Matera and its wonderful stones is enclosed within these walls. House Noha tells perfectly everything that has happened in the years up to the present day. Documentaries screened directly on the white walls of the House. I recommend going before starting a tour of the rocks so that you have clear ideas and the history of these works of art at your fingertips. Recommended.
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  • A wonderful, exciting. Go there (visit lasting less than half an hour) because if you're in Sydney you will also need to know why ...
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  • Excellent audiovisual experience to understand the historical, architectural and social point of view. Exciting. I think it should be the first thing to do in a visit, because you can frame it correctly all the rest.
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  • A house in the sassi donated by a family of Matera to the Fai. The entry fee is 4 euros and shows a video of about 25 minutes which tells the story of Matera. It is really well done and advice to stay as first stop if you are planning to visit the city.
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  • facility where you can learn the history of the sassi of Matera. Very interesting video projected on the walls that offers an overview of the events from antiquity to the present day in 20/25 minutes by tube well laid out and comprehensive
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  • A movie is projected on the history of Matera. Touching sticks inside. I recommend before visiting the town to better understand the place
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  • The video projected every half hour is ideal for intruding on sightseeing even if the documentary has an approach sometimes contradicts a story perhaps too recent to be judged with serenity.
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