National Archaeological Museum, Perugia
(4.2/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • Beautiful home in the cloister of s. Domenico, remarkable breadth of the exhibition spaces, but the sequence of visits is quite confusing to be an exhibition recently (maybe because they are too tied to the origin of the collections). The pieces really to remember are few, I quote the cippo perugino, the sarcophagus of Sperandio, a lovely earring, the marble plan (listed on!) the burial area of a Freedman of Nero, a few of the many polls. Reconstruction in the basement of the Etruscan hypogeum found inviolate is interesting but I did not appreciate the way you present it, barely visible through Windows full of reflections. The collection of amulets is questionable, unless you want to interpret as a way of understanding the archaeological collections.
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  • Really nice and interesting. Broad Museum containing even small exhibitions even from distant lands. Rich in archaeological material and with marking identficative. To visit
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  • Also opened Monday. Is housed in a former Dominican monastery in Corso Cavour to the left of the Church of St Domenica (Tomb of Benedict 11 and altar di Duccio). The Museum collection: prehistoric, Etruscan and Roman. Inspection requires several hours.
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  • The only plus point is the still very much exhibition space, storage and restoration laboratory: I wonder what happened since the University was made to 600 (six hundred) fragments (riassemblabili) of BUCCHERO SHINING UP RING VIII. BC excavated in happy times (long ago) below the subfoundation of containment wall for the eponymous Temple, replaced by the current San Lorenzo. ..?
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  • Loved the location (cloister of the nearby San Domenico). Very interesting for lovers of archaeology. I loved the little Hall with jewels. The section dedicated to amulets is made very well
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  • Good preparation in a beautiful setting. The collection of Giuseppe Bellucci amulets is very attractive. The bronzes of the Etruscan chariot. The cippus of Perugia fascinating.
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  • It is a Museum and abroad would make sparks for what it contains. Here instead is almost abandoned to his fate. Really too bad
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  • Awesome, awesome collection of amulets, Sin little noticed!
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