Museo Nazionale Concordiese, Portogruaro
(4.2/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • I reached the Museum safely by bike. Interesting Museum with many exhibits relating to daily life, but focused on the "the soldier's burial ground" nicely explained. To see by giving ourselves a couple of hours.
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  • Concordia Sagittariâ-Roman town to the South of Portogruaro Beachfront River, in the early Middle Ages Center of the diocese and the birthplace of the founding members of Portogruaro. The Museum, built on the model of the Roman basilica in Concord, presented findings from the ancient and late antique period in the history of the city: mosaics, statues, sarcophagi, grave stelai, etc If you feel sorry for the money, you can stroll through the archaeological trail between the Museum and a pleasant garden: there is a small "lapidary" project, and through the window, you can look inside.
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  • Museum full of interesting exhibits. Admission is 2, the first Sunday of every month is free. Board riding. They also organize events inside the Museum.
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  • Rather small museum and too "full". The exhibits are too many in a single place, the main hall features pieces everywhere and maybe that's why some are not valued as they should. The discrizioni also are a bit too small and not easy to see. The museum is quite small and a bit too "full". The objects are cramped in one big room and thus one is a bit too distracted by all the objecta around. The descriptions are a bit too small and not easy to read.
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  • Gorgeous!!!
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