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Museo Nazionale dell'Alto Medioevo, Rome
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  • In addition to the ancient tools and utensils, very interesting here medieval decorations. But most of all, of course, impressive Marble Mosaic on the floor and walls of Ostia is a unique plastinochnaja or piece mosaic, which ran from plates of coloured marble. Mosaics of this size and such painstaking work I have not yet met. In Rome there are only isolated examples of mosaic, but much smaller.
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  • If you are interested in archaeology and will attend the modern Roman quarter EUR, be sure to visit the National Museum of the middle ages. Ticket only costs 4 euros. This is a symbolic fee for an interesting collection of artifacts of the times of the Lombards and the unique mosaic of ancient Ostia Antica.
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  • The Museum is located in the Eur district adjacent to the more famous Pigorini. It's very small but well representative of the world of the Lombards. The staff is passionate and helpful. I highly recommend it even with children who will be going to the fantasy life of the fifth century
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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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