Parco Archeologico Didattico del Livelet, Revine Lago

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  • This Park is very popular among primary school teachers as it shows very well how were the homes and what were the tools and survival strategies of our ancestors in three periods, Neolithic, copper age and bronze age. Among other things the guides are very prepared, but at the same time adopt a language understandable for kids and workshop activities are very engaging and useful. A park so that attracts many students from mid-February to mid-April and in which it is difficult to get a seat if there is activated in time. For this I wonder why the structure in which you play a practical part in Labs is so neglected, uncomfortable, almost run down! Has undergone no improvement from when I was there the first time 7 years ago except that the ticket office and gift shop were moved to a new premises closer to the entrance. While the focus of education is left to decay, not isolated from cold or hot with workbenches that can be found in a Beer Festival! This makes me think that those running the Park is more interested in profit than the wellbeing of children. I feel rather than thank the guides Maura and Marco who followed us with competence and professionalism, bear with us the hardships of a structure not very functional, but full of potential!
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  • Beautiful place, equipped for picnic with rides for children. Nice explanations and beautiful and engaging workshops!
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  • interesting to understand how and begun the life of man on earth good reconstructions capable and guides available nice Park to spend a different day
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  • I was on a field trip here with the kindergarteners. The guides have been able to capture the attention of children while visiting the reconstructed Lake dwellings where there was explained the lives of primitive. It followed off-Broadway great fun for both of us adults and children. Excellent organization and beautiful landscape.
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  • As in other alpine areas, lakes of Revine demonstrated of being frequented by man from time immemorial: the water offered protection, raising the huts on stilts, and ensured plenty of food, both for the fish was, both for wild animals which were the banks. The sure presence of a dwelling village dating from the Neolithic and the bronze age, from the late 4th millennium BC at the beginning of the second, suggested to establish an educational Archaeological Park in locality Livelet: three huts on stilts and some areas allocated to activities of experimental archaeology, from sowing with rudimentary plows the manufacture of an arrow. The cabins were reconstructed in real scale based on scientific evidence: the supporting structure, piling of larch in the muddy shallows; the curtain walls, using cross-beams of reeds plastered to the primitive; the cover, made of reeds in an average thickness of 30 cm. And, given the beauty of the place, not the few who at the end of the visit you willing to vacation in hut. Retrieved from "Vittorio Veneto and Treviso Alps" (Francis Salazar, Touring Editore, 2016)
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  • A unique experience, you can get for a day in the shoes of a prehistoric man can visit the stilts, outdoor activities and many laboratories. A magical day for children who learn playing in the company of expert guides and highly skilled.
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  • Now, the sign says it's open every bank holiday, but No, it doesn't. Sin, especially perhaps for people who did several km to visit us!
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  • Very nice and informative visit to stilts. The tutorial is lavished simple explanations and interesting for children.
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