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Ipogeo dei Volumni, Perugia

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  • If you are at all interested in things Etruscan then you should visit this site. It does not have as much to see as the archaeological museum in Perugia but is more interesting and better documented f...  more »
  • This is one of the ultimate geek activities, and whether or not you have already seen the necropolis at Tarquinia or Villa Julia in Rome, this will still impress. Take the time and go out there!  more »
  • The Etruscans were civilized before Rome and made beautiful things. This tomb of the Volumni family is a great example of their art, architecture and funeral rituals, all in one. At the same time you ...  more »
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  • Place that absolutely worth a visit.
  • Fabulous discovery of ancient burial sites. €3 entrance price is well worth it.
  • Very interesting
  • The largest tomb of the hypogeum is quite nice. The Museum is not well signposted on the outside and the front door is always locked, for state reasons for obscure microclimate, deceiving visitors who believe is closed the archaeological site. Perhaps you could be more publicized and valued.
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  • We say that a signboard indication in addition wouldn't hurt (or maybe I'm a little on the tonto..:-)). But deserves the turns and reversals and the various expletives that cost me. Hidden little gem (and what treasure would be?). We descend a steep ladder and you remain in this place that commands respect and even a bit of fear (it is still a grave). The door must be closed because it respected the internal microclimate. So it really seems to breathe the air of the Etruscans. Also do a tour in the necropolis and in the Museum, with its extraordinary colored urns.
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