Museo Lapidario del Duomo, Modena
(3.3/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • Lapidarium is a division of the Museum of the Duomo. Admission is possible on a single ticket. Basis of the exposition-stone slabs, stone decorations, statues. Quite interesting. The exposition is quite small, fifteen minutes for inspection will be enough.
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  • An interesting Museum and artistically and architecturally stores most of the Antiquities, which are no longer found in the Cathedral itself. In particular, the ancient stone sarcophagus of San Džemin′âno. With just one ticket, you can also visit the Ghirlandina Tower, Town Hall and the Museum of vinegar.
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  • It's a small room before entering the Cathedral Museum. Contains valuable fragments of Romanesque times, bas-reliefs, sculptures, designs of ornaments-a bit boring. The greatest attention is paid to the so-called "elements" metopes on the frieze of the temples, the author is the great local sculptor Viligel′m, has shaped the Cathedral. They depict a rather strange anthropomorphic shape.
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