Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Camarina, Scoglitti

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  • The museum is well-organized and quite interesting but the view from the cliff belonging to that museum is unforgettable also a small garden is really nice  more »
  • The Museum of Kamarina is housed in a renovated farm Greco-Roman. It preserves many, unfortunately, not all of the artifacts recovered between Ragusa and Punta Braccetto. For the conformation of the coast in waters off occurred many sinkings of boats ever since, in the second Millennium Bc this sea was much sailed. The ancient city of Kamarina was built on the floor surrounding the Museum where you can see the mouth of the Ippari (the river sang even from Epidaurus in ancient Greece). In addition to the ancient helmets, anchors, coins, etc. in the Museum contains the largest collection of amphorae of antiquity. In the summer season hosts many cultural, musical, theatrical and cinematographic activities. Attention to these times, better check before even through the website or by telephone.
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  • The Museum of Kamarina located along the road that goes from Scoglitti to Santa Croce Camerina (before the Reserve Club). It is situated in a renovated. The ticket price is € 4.00. It is made up of three very interesting pavilions: underwater (underwater archaeological finds), East (prehistoric, archaic and religious, including the Temple of Athena) and West (classic and funerary artifacts). It's held up well. There are information panels and, for those who are advanced tecnicologicamente, there is the option to download the app with audio guide. The Museum offers a splendid view of the sea. Around there are archaeological excavations under the open sky, in a State of disrepair, which you cannot visit without waiver of the Museum. Too bad!
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