Museo Archeologico Nazionale della Siritide, Policoro
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Museo Archeologico Nazionale della Siritide is located in Policoro. Use our Policoro vacation planner to arrange your visit to Museo Archeologico Nazionale della Siritide and other attractions in Policoro.
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  • Rising 7th sec. BC, the achaeans the Greeks in the 5th century. In 433 BC Taranto and Thourioi founded Heraclea, then Policoro. The excavations of Siris show remains of dwellings, shrines, Necropolis and the sanctuary of Demeter and Kore. On the Hill the ruins of Heraclea with traits of the walls and the potters with furnaces. Naziona5 Museum of Siritide the rich material features artifacts from Siris, Heraclea, the necropolis of shrines from prehistory to the middle ages.
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  • There are so many treasures in this museum. A definite must-see. It is a shame that it is so far off the beaten or tourist track as the contents are a valuable addition to Italy's overall collection. 
  • the archaeological site is very interesting though is a little left to itself and say that it also lacks control over visitors who can take away the stones with ease if they wanted, because there isn't a single keeper who puts out the nose from the Office
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  • It wouldn't hurt to brush up the exteriors and interiors. This is for Government. As for the Museum ... What about the beauty in unique games I think jewelry vessels for completeness. Daily life from a few millennia ago in the afterlife. Nice to see, the soles of excavation sites, pictures ... and the pieces found. Nice deserves deserves deserves.
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  • A really nice Museum. Finds cute and perfect organization. Also the explanation was really great. Only drawback is the absence of a souvenir shop.
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  • The Museum is amazing for the exhibits it contains. A real Pearl. The pots are remarkable for stories and photos.
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  • Museum rich in exceptional finds, the tomb of the Goldsmith for example. Amber exhibits exceptional as well as bronze artifacts.
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  • Gorgeous, artefacts of various kinds, to spend at least half a day
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