MAT - Museo dell'Alto Tavoliere, San Severo

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  • It was such a surprise to find such a beautiful gem. This museum is set in a beautiful building which I believe used to be a Benedictine(?) monastery. The museum has a vast and most interesting collec...  more »
  • MAT, short for Museum of the Tavoliere situated in the historical centre of San Severo, housed in an ancient Franciscan monastery, has become an excellence museale della provincia di Foggia. The visit is certainly worthy of reporting not only for the wealth and variety of exhibits stored, as for the exposure of the crew that accompanies visitors. Present at the time of the visit a beautiful photo exhibition "The family" (at the edge of the world) is of French photographer Alain Laboile.
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  • The reality of the MAT is a nice jolt to the sleepy town's cultural everyday life dauna.
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  • Considerable commitment to revive this museum. Great job by the staff
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  • Nice as Museum, trained personnel!
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  • The MAT is a modern vision of the classical municipal museum. As in any Museum there is much to see and assimilate. The exhibits are mostly prehistoric type until you get to the more modern archaeological Roman pieces.
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  • Beautiful view on Andrea Pazienza at the time of its 60 anniversary
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  • It's a real archive on the history of San Severo. organize events and has all the material they might know the folk traditions.
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