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Palazzo Jatta, Ruvo Di Puglia

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  • Museum visited for the first time during the month of November in the framework of the ministerial initiative #domenicalmuseo. Archaeological collection of great value, especially when you consider that began life as a private collection (later taken over by the State) and that, to date, has maintained its original structure. In just four rooms have preserved artifacts (not just in terracotta) of extraordinary beauty and Valencia, whose famous vase of Talos represents only the highest point. Shame we could not visit the garden behind the building (in use to the heirs of the family Jatta, which occupy the top floor) and not being able to make use, at the time of the visit, a guide.
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  • We were visiting this museum on a Sunday morning and I was extremely impressed by the arrangement of archaeological finds that are arranged as in museums 800eschi when it was a "rough" cataloging in storefronts, one attached to each other and without chronological order or finding of the exhibits themselves. I liked it so much. some vases with red figures are truly exceptional. well worth a visit! Among other things it's free! NOT TO BE MISSED
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  • Palazzo Jatta was built during the first half of the 800 residential and family a museum. Jatta The family arranged to collect the remains of Jatta indeed clay pots and other items that the ancients used to bury their dead. Worthy of particular interest is the jar of Talos exposed in the fourth room of the Museum. We recommend a visit!
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  • beautiful building that houses a former State now private museum ... rich in antiques such as exposure of a vessel of clay hnico in the world ...
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  • Truly unique museum House
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  • Interesting private archaeological collection of 19th century arrived intact up to the present day. Well worth a visit.
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  • My country and my straw
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