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Museo Nazionale dell'Alto Medioevo, Rome

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  • Very special Museum which exhibits precious pieces relating to the uses and customs of the Lombards. Very beautiful funerary objects, especially the jewels of tombre. Interesting mosaics and original fabrics of what remains of clothes and more. Small but packed, maybe suitable for audiences of "specialists" and not the large mass. Interesting for students to experience first-hand the daily life of the heirs of the Roman Empire.
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  • This museum is located in the EUR area. Presents us with a very interesting collection of works of art from the time of the Lombards and unique mosaics of ancient city of Ostia. The ticket price is 4 euro, but admission is free every first Sunday of the masses.
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  • A small Museum (8 halls) little known, opened in 1967, which exhibits a rich collection of artefacts mainly of Lombard origin (jewellery, utensils, knives, textiles and clothing). The icing on the cake: the last salt reconstruction of Opus Sectile Marine port at Ostia, the only example at the time, this type of decoration. The parties to us relate to the floor, the walls and the semicircular
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  • It isn't as spetecular as roman history museums and everything is in italian. The concerts are cool though.
  • The Museum is small, but it's a gem very often unknown. You visit in an hour and a half, maybe two hours. Do not miss the late antique mosaic recomposition of Ostia Antica.
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  • Great place, would change the arrangement because a little dated but the pieces that are there are brilliant including reconstructions
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  • Small museum but of great interest with exceptional pieces, especially the rich funerary Lombards of Central Italy. Don't miss the splendid Hall where she was rebuilt a classroom with a rich marble decoration of the late fourth century, coming from the area of Porta Marina in Ostia Antica.
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  • Very interesting, 8 rooms arranged to 1 ' plan, the Marble Mosaic that decorated a monumental House in ostia antica alone worth the price of admission, €4 18-25, €2 young adult years, children under 18 years free. Recommended!
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