Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Camarina, Scoglitti

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3.3/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Camarina is located in Scoglitti. Plan to see Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Camarina and other attractions that appeal to you using our Scoglitti trip generator.
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  • Very interesting Museum in a fabulous location: you can admire a fantastic landscape. The Museum contains exhibits very interesting and varied, but not effectively usable. In fact many captions you read bad and despite being equipped with the logo in order to use the mobile phone as an audio guide doesn't help, in fact, correctly. What puzzles me once again is why so many people watching may not be able to give some explanation. Maybe I'm not up to par and then formatele for! Long ago in the archaeological site of Heraclea Minoa staff would only sit al fresco working hook also bothered by trivial requests for information and clarification.
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  • You can't believe. Phoenician and Punic tombs. Pots of centuries and ancient materials. Reconstructions of civilization that betray levels of culture ignored and much higher than previously thought. Visit interesting. Alas ... ... What is most striking is the absolute lack of a guide. Of suitable premises. By insulating cases able to resist much longer like treasures torn unnecessarily to the custody of the mother earth that has preserved them for centuries. Could we be a people capable of living. Yet. Degradation WINS. How sad.
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  • On the coast road between Marina di Ragusa and Scoglitti there is the site (and Museum) of Kamarina, who visited with pleasure because we like isolated places. However, although the Archaeological Museum preserves many interesting exhibits, many signs are unreadable then useless. That said, those who-like us-is not in possession of specific archaeological knowledge, well, loses the taste of the visit. Unfortunately there is not even a paid guide service, in short the visit provides time that tickets cost might be right if it were offered some service to visitors (guided by a more organised signage, for example; or a few explanatory videos, maybe), but the site and the ruins seem to have been abandoned to themselves, unfortunately. We recommend it anyway because the place is worth a stop, however deserves the criticism above.
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