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Museo di Antichità, Turin

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  • Archaeological finds, many from Roman times, unfortunately very few of the medieval period. Still interesting to visit, you can visit the galleria sabauda
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  • Given that I am a passionate like that, I was surprised to see a museum so small and poorly stocked in a city like Turin. I also found it closed the lapidary and I greatly enjoyed the totems where actors recounted the story of Roman figures ... a costume would be better? At least the videos could be improved ...
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  • This museum is a pleasure to visit, and admission for it is included in the Royal Palace, Armory and Gabauda Gallery ticket. It is so peaceful and quiet. I don't think that there were ten visitors the...  more »
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  • The Museum is large and packed with exhibits, some quite interesting. Really nice the treasure of Marengo, alone worth the visit. Unfortunately the show is little teaching, and you may lose between the numerous exhibits if you are accompanied by a guide. The sequence in which are grouped the exhibits is cryptic, and descriptions are often very long, centered more on the find objects on their use. Anyway it is a nice Museum to spend a few hours, even if you're not passionate about ancient history.
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  • HOW MUCH ABUNDANCE ... By purchasing the ticket the Sabauda Gallery, you can see the archaeological museum. There are many visible artifacts collected from finds in Northern Italy, especially from Piemonte (Cuneo, Asti, Cuneo, Biella, Ivrea, Marengo, Viverone, etc. ..) I must admit that it's all too rich. Basically I'd be for the centralization of such exhibits in a single Museum, but being so many, many of them should be given to finding places for creating small museums in local management through volunteers. See in a shrine 15 5 swords or swords does not change much. Inside the Museum you can see Roman objects found in the archaeological site of Monteau da Po, not far from Chivasso. Also the treasure of Marengo, a number of silver items stolen in 3° or 4° century a.d. by some barbarian invasions Temple temporarily hidden in the ground and found only in 1850 by a farmer in the territories near Alexandria. The last living room you can admire the remains of the Papyrus of Artemidorus and its long, troubled and yet mysterious story ... It's all really nice, but I came out with a bit of a bad taste in my mouth, as I feel that so much beauty and history it's a shame that it does not get more attended: maybe the kids, instead of parcheggiarli in front of a tv or a play station, should be left in these museums to discover their past!
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  • Museum well organized, with very interesting exhibits display. The opening of underground salt adds charm. Combined ticket, which includes the Museum, the Royal Palace and Galleria Sabauda.
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  • Very nice and well organized! Also if you do the ticket to the Royal Palace Museum and the sabauda Gallery are included.
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  • Nice indeed!
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