National Archaeological Museum of Luni, Ortonovo
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  • Directions are scarce, the excavations are cute but sloppy. Mosaics and beautiful amphitheatre. Guide very prepared but a little distracting.
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  • finding the place is like winning a treasure hunt: coming from the South on aurelia there's a sign hidden by vegetation. also signs missing or unreadable, difficult to follow a path. Museum (build and horrible location) better thankfully, staff
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  • The Museum building is ugly and could be organized in a better way, with more artistic and historical elements if there were more financial resources. You can see statues of various sizes, faces of a Roman ancient and interesting objects more or less different, Numismatic items, to say the least. Luna was an ancient and prosperous Roman colony, founded in 177 BC; In addition to its convenient location along a major road of the Empire in the 1st century BC took advantage of the use of white marble Apuan Alps; Furthermore its inhabitants exported timber, cheeses, wines and handicrafts. In Comox the city counted 50000 inhabitants. Regardless of its history (barbarian, Byzantine domination, etc.), please note that in 773 Charlemagne captured the city. The archaeological area covers the hole, some domus, the area capitolina, but above all, as integrity, the Roman amphitheatre. Unfortunately, to date we see little and especially the site is poorly preserved.
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