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Museo delle Navi, Nemi

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  • This existed before the second World War two warship which Emperor Caligula had in the Lake. They were found during the 1800 's and this museum was built for ships. After a fire do not remain, but other things found in the Lake as well as interesting photos from the salvage of ships.
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  • In my castle tour we visited this museum very large although the ships were destroyed and there remains only the scaled-down model. the thing that struck me was that the Romans had invented 2000 years ago by ball bearings remain open-mouthed. The guide told us that the ship was built by Caligula as lakeside villa. all exhibits are very interesting we were accompanied by a tour guide very exhaustive. 3 euro well spent.
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  • We had a unique situation but he destroyed him. Now it remains a great space useless, with few exhibits scattered here and there. Interesting however the video that tells the story of the two ships belonged to Caligula, which remains on display few exhibits survived the fire set by the Germans. They make free for what little offering.
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  • Small museum but a lot of cool stuff, Etruscan pottery and art, shells of roman ships. Nemi I believe was the lake Mussolini drained to get the ships sank by emperor Caligula. Not sure if the ones on display are they but it was still cool.
  • Locals were great, arrived without Euros and the made an exception to let us in, great museum, always wantes to see the ships!
  • Caligulla ship
  • Very poorly structured. There is no logical exposure are information boards put summaries and some exhibits not mentioned
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  • The Museum was built to host two gigantic Roman ships were built here at Nemi by Emperor Caligula and salvaged in early 900 but then completely destroyed by bombing in the war. Now we must settle for a video, of several reconstructions and replicas of statues in addition to some original. I wonder (seeing as I admired the remains of these ships at the National Roman Museum in the capital) would not be fair to take them here in their original home?
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