Museo Archeologico al Teatro Romano, Verona

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TripAdvisor
  • A must visit for those who enjoy museums, particularly archaeology. Beautiful facility and many exhibits available inside. Worth a quick visit.
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  • This is a museum located at the top of the Roman Theatre. It was opened about a year ago after a long closure, but the interiors are very beautiful. There are many Roman sculptures in good condition, some of them quite beautiful for the realism of drapes. These statues that decorated the theater at the time. In addition there are jewelry and home decor well preserved; a couple of beautiful mosaics that decorated the floors. The outside has a space with a balcony that overlooks all of Verona, a very scenic. A lovely Museum perhaps underestimated, certainly not very advertised.
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  • Once in Verona, you must go to the Museo Archeologico. Beautiful place where you can make even super great photos of Verona. You'll pay €4.50 for the entry and it is totally worth. What is especially nice, it's not crowded with people.
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  • great museum for tourists; admission was free when we visited.
  • Terrible, terrible reception, there is a book store worthy of the name, we worried more about fix spotlights and Windows that make it a place of cultural diffusion. Too bad because the collection is of the highest standard. Note that both the Castelvecchio civic that even one of the coins is not exposed to the archaeology of 50,000 Imperial antoniniani recovered in famous closet of Venera di Sanguinetto (VR) an absolute disgrace because it is the largest Roman coin discovery occurred in Italy (162 kilograms of silver coins). Third world.
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