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Museo Diocesiano, Parma
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  • Call it a Diocesan Museum is downright ridiculous. It is a Hall with 4 archaeological cross, three stones, two pieces of broken pots, a couple of statues and an excerpt of mosaic. Visited for the sole reason to enter the baptistery was obliged to purchase a combined ticket. It's still a total waste of time @gargio76
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  • Its headquarters are in the Episcopal Palace, in piazza del Duomo. Nice with a great initial impact: "The Angel d'Or" or "The angiolen from the Sun". It is the statue of the Archangel Raphael who was once on the Bell Tower (now there's a copy). The route is date-based and illustrates the spread of Christianity. Include early Christian finds, coins, pottery and Roman plasters. Very nice the two statues of Archangel Gabriele and Michele. The latter is the reuse of a Roman statue. Equally beautiful and interesting statues of King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba: seems you speak together. Details the statues of the two prophets: David and Nathan. All six statues adorned the entrance to the Baptistery. Interesting and enjoyable the portion of mosaic floor with drawings of fish and dolphins. Dates back to the 6th century.
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  • Not huge like exhibition rooms but very interesting for the value of the exhibits to be seen: in particular the four original statues that can be seen outside of the Baptistery.
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  • Call it a Diocesan Museum is downright ridiculous. It is a Hall with 4 archaeological cross, three stones, two pieces of broken pots, a couple of statues and an excerpt of mosaic. Visited for the sole reason to enter the baptistery was obliged to purchase a combined ticket. It's still a total waste of time @gargio76
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