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Museo Nazionale dell'Alto Medioevo, Rome
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  • Is divided into five topics, Lombard graves of Nocera Umbra and Castel Torsino, marble dele Romanesque churches of Rome, the Coptic textiles, the dominuscultae of s. Rufina and s. Cornelia and opus sectile exceptional week end a Navy port, to see ... a good memory
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  • Despite the many years that I return to Rome, I discovered and visited the Museum only now, at the suggestion of my daughter an archaeologist. You won't be in disbelief before the beauty of the Lombards and the richness of the collection but if gold and swords ageminate fail to capture your attention, I am absolutely certain that the marble of the domus apparatus of Porta Marina, icing on the cake of the Museum, will win you over once and for all. The Museum is in the Eur area, served by the metro line B, although the nearest things to do a walk. The staff are delightful and the ticket price is affordable for any budget. Alas, despite being impressed, I agree with those who have pointed out that no explanations and guides in other languages, and in all sincerity, in opening the Museum 50 years deserved a growth and a brand awareness of mind do not experience.
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  • Hidden, not valued, but contains one of the most beautiful reconstructions of ancient Ostia (although I'm not sure what to do in a Museum of the early Middle Ages!) But they are 4 euro well spent. And then I think it's also interesting, albeit frugal and poorly presented, the Lombards.
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  • It isn't as spetecular as roman history museums and everything is in italian. The concerts are cool though.
  • The mosaic is worth the trip. Beautiful and well maintained. The only drawback, the fact that they divided in two museums, the adjacent one is the Museo Pigorini. It has a lift. Here an awkward stairlift discourages most disabled and many parents with strollers not allowed.
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  • Italian Museum: many historic artifacts exposed on caskets with lights off, without a caption without an itinerary to follow ...
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  • Little gem hidden seeds and/or forgotten: to visit. The staff were very friendly and helpful.
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  • Very valid for only 4 euros. Present the best Lombard discovered kits
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