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Museo Nazionale dell'Alto Medioevo, Rome

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  • A small museum little known but really valuable, with beautiful testimonies of those times so intricate and interesting transition after the fall of the Roman Empire. The showcases are antiquated, but fine as, the exhibition is rich, well lit, very interesting. Wonderful collection of exhibits the Lombards: nice weapons, tools, harness, jewelry (some inspired by Byzantine models.--proving that fashion has always existed ...). Small interesting collection of ancient Coptic textiles. Buckles in gold and gems, gold coins from various periods. Early Christian carvings. And in the last sale, after all, the most wonderful surprise: Opus sectile di Porta Marina jaw-dropping (excellently explained his recovery and restoration in the adjoining rooms). The EUR at the end is not far away; There is the Metro, you can easily reach by car ... Everyone should visit this place at least once.
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  • The review makes a pair with the one left on the ethnographic museum Pigorino. Sin, I say it again. The Museum, and the district in General, could become a tourist stop destination for those who want to cross over from the usual route through the Centre and nothing else, especially since the cloud of Fuksas and the neighborhood is served by Metro. The Ministry should decide to create a museum complex also in Eur, because all the conditions are fulfilled. In particular, exit from the Pigorini I overlooking the Spanish steps. All dark, I thought it was closed. Instead, luckily I was able to visit this little wonder. The domus of Porta Marina in Ostia is incredibly beautiful and shows any expertise in Roman marble processing. Abroad they would pay dearly.
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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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  • 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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