Museo Delle Statue Stele Lunigianesi, Pontremoli

(4.3/5 based on 110 reviews on the web)
Museo Delle Statue Stele Lunigianesi is located in Pontremoli. To visit Museo Delle Statue Stele Lunigianesi on your holiday in Pontremoli, and find out what else Pontremoli has to offer, use our Pontremoli itinerary maker.
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  • Nice Museum but the staff is dishonest ... for two adults and one child 3 years you would have to pay 10 euros ... but the Lord (so to speak) to bigliettetia did not give me the rest of 20 euro and hasn't confused since we were the only tourists bathroom then I guess they cleaned for years. ...
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  • Very interesting museum dedicated to the anthropomorphic stelae found in the territory of the Lunigiana, artifacts dating from a period ranging from 5,000 to 3,000 b.c., collected here to avoid dispersion. The set up inside the Castle overlooking Pontremoli is very impressive and interesting, full of audio-video devices that explore the topic.
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  • In the Piagnaro Castle is the Museum of stele statues of lunigiana. The set up is very well cared for, with an excellent illustrative and explanatory part. Very nice also the Castle as a whole, well restored and with some beautiful views of Pontremoli.
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  • Beautiful village in the hinterland, but easily accessible by motorway. The country is a historic place in the Castle and waited for the recently renovated Museum of stele statues. Recommend a visit during the period of the Festival Medioevalis really beautiful.
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  • The piagnaro Castle was part of the ancient defenses of Pontremoli, the panorama of the Valley suggests how you could control the francigena from its towers, the castle can be visited for the paltry fee of 3 € and it's worth it all.
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  • Represents the history of Lunigiana with stone statues that tell history and passed all collected in a characteristic Castle
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  • Ok
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  • in a precious casket of Lunigiana, which is the castle of Piagnaro, here are well preserved relics of an ancient civilization: stele statues. Entrance fee, flexible hours, accessibility and walking uphill, but very scenic
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