Museo Archeologico dell'Antica Nola, Nola

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  • Question: If there were granted access to something beautiful, objectively beautiful, which fills with wonder eyes and satisfy the mind, there you would go?!?! And if, in addition was free??!!! I think some one bite! If you've read this far I suggest you quench your hunger for good visiting Nola history and Archaeology Museum! Why??!! Because of the nice don't get enough; Because it is a very rich Plexus of exhibits; Because you never stop learning (effective weapon against denigrates our territory every day); Because the ideas if unopened and Sun make the mould; Because, although small, here they remember who was born and lived (briefly) giordano Bruno and his thought is always valid and current; Why are some exhibits have spanned 2000 years and did not deserve to be ignored in empty rooms and dark! Because here is always the first Sunday of the month, ergo admission is always free! Need anything else?!?!
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  • I admit with regret of neglecting this museum. My last visit dates back to high school when the Museum was certainly smaller ... came back acting as a "tour guide" to some friends and I was colpitissima. The friendly Sebastiano guided us throughout the visit for free (for about two hours.) Showing us the beauty preserved. The Museum is structured on several levels and houses exhibits of prehistoric times up to the Roman era and then latest one. He hit me a lot a reconstruction of a prehistoric hut in size "almost real", the coin Nolana, tombs, the skeleton of Lucy ... ETX. etc.. I discovered a "world" Unfortunately until then hidden. I think the city should do more to enhance it because we have unique exhibits and historical value. a must visit! Because not only did the Vulcano Buono Nola ... come to visit it!
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  • And to think that it is open for years, but only recently I discovered this marvel. The number of artifacts that can be found (although there are many simple copies) is huge; In addition the exhibits are really well organised.
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