Museo Nazionale dell'Alto Medioevo, Rome

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  • The Museum is contained but notable species of jewelry and houses exhibits. Particularly fascinating to the last room, the one that hosts the Opus Sectile, a reconstruction stunningly beautiful. The exhibition space would need improvements, with information found only intermittently in English and braille and missing lights in some cases, but overall it remains pleasant. Visiting time: about 1 hour Note: tickets must be purchased in the near anthropological museum and are also valid for this and the popular Arts Museum.
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  • The MNAM is a wee gem of great interest to anyone who wants to know even a small slice of our history. It has exhibition spaces a bit outdated and old, but he treasures of primary importance as far as the late Roman and Lombard domination. Finally, the educational system, with its previous opus sectile until the House is rebuilt, achme is-really-as exciting as a thriller! The old design is that the individual finds could give more news in captions and that could be a little renovating panels. You may also give directions and information on visas, but that is Also optional, it is unfortunate that some cases had broken light that, to feel some guides, it happens often. The room staff: very friendly.
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  • Small museum but kept up with graves dating back to the Coptic civilisation and 500 to 1000 who lived in Italy from Lombard. ... 8 euro ticket you do at the nearby Museum Pigorini, much larger, and is valid for three museums within three days after emissions ... boys under 18 free.
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  • This museum, located in a spacious former hotel, houses a collection of medieval art, including jewelry, tapestries and sculptures. From March the 1st to mi-July 2018, it is closed for renovation works. About Musee de Cluny - Musee National du Moyen Ag
  • There aren’t many museums about Rome after the fall of the Roman Empire. This is Italy‘s only museum to cover this period. It is empty of anypne, which is refreshing compared with the rest of Rome but the delights of this museum are slight and unless you are conversant with Italian, its going to savour an anticlimax.
  • It isn't as spetecular as roman history museums and everything is in italian. The concerts are cool though.
  • This museum is interesting to visit since it is quite full since you can admire the different periods that was crossing the humanity, as well as costumes and customs of other continents, I really enjoyed the costumes and ancient weapons from Africa area strange to see normally. Taking advantage of to be there you can visit the other two museums, the traditions and customs of the various peoples that make up the Italian peninsula, and the smaller but very interesting about the middle ages, where you can see much Repertory of the time of the Lombards. If you like museums I recommend you pass by there is easy to get since there fence is a metro station.
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  • A museum not too big, but where there is a beautiful representation of a particular historical period, the early middle ages. With unique pieces that will leave you breathless for their beauty, especially the Lombard found in Italy's most beautiful funeral, the textile section and the amazing reconstruction of Opus Sectile di Porta Marina.
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