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Museo delle Navi, Nemi

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  • A great Museum that in winter is good to visit well covered because of the cold. The structure created during the Fascist era after the discovery of two ships of the emperor Caligula is very large and well laid out just wish original finds little remains after a fire in 1943. It's cheap to get in and it's really worth!
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  • If you go to these beautiful areas (lakes are lovely; the picturesque villages, the air is pleasant and food expert), come and visit the Museum of the Roman ships. Ships remains very little (virtually destroyed by fire towards the end of the second world war), but a movie explaining the story will make you move, as well as the exhibits are housed here. Captions are rather complete. Beautiful structure (lacking heaters; is discouraged in the dead of winter) even though it should be done with the Green (there is a sense of neglect which is unfortunate). At least once in your life you can come. Honest price (3 Euros; children are free).
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  • a very nice place full of history has doorstep but going just once and that is it somewhere in the middle of nature
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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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