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Museo Lapidario Maffeiano, Verona
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This is a modest museum consisting of mostly Greek and Roman sculptures. There are two floors and a courtyard. It might not be to everyone's taste but I enjoyed it. A lot of the stones were funerary p... read more »
Trata-se de um pequeno museu incluido no Verona Card que tem várias lápides e esculturas gregas e romanas. Se estiver nas proximidades da Piazza Bra e for portador do Verona card vale a pena conhecer ... read more »It is a small museum included in the Verona Card that has various tombstones and Greek and Roman sculptures. If you are in the vicinity of Piazza Bra and is bearer of the Verona card worth knowing this museum on a brief visit.show original
Museo con collezione limitata e molto specialistica: lapidi funerarie di epoca greca e romana (su due piani divisi e poi nel cortile). Quindi è gradevole ma chi si aspetta un grande museo archeologico... read more »Museum with limited collection and very specialized tombstones to Greek and Roman times (on two floors divided and then in the courtyard). So it's pleasant but those expecting a big Archeological Museum should not come hereshow original
Sean Eamon Cappone
One of the best world collections of Greek and Roman Lapidary. You will walk through 3000 years of history. A beautiful path that needs to be more enhanced as not everyone knows about this place. 4 stars just because there are those horrible modern sculptures that pretend to have something to match with those beautiful stones, full of history and stories to tell. The museum should also try to show the gorgeous collection of thousand of stones that still be stored in the underground for a lack of space and money. an interactive guide would be nice.
Bunch of old rocks in a nice building. Wouldn't reccomend unless you have the "Verona Card" which includes entry within the price.
Gaetano MiglioranziExtraordinary outdoor museum for Greek and Roman relics (appropriately described in captions) and the scenic backdrop of the Pronaos of the teatro filarmonico, which unfortunately does not act more from entrance to the theater, as it was of the illuminated project of Scipione Maffeishow original
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