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Museo Civico Archeologico Isidoro Falchi, Vetulonia
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Bel museo, si ha la possibilità di capire sia la storia etrusca e geomorfologia, che poi l'evoluzione sotto i romani. Simpatico e disponibile il personale. Consigliato caldamenteNice Museum, you have the ability to understand both the Etruscan history and geomorphology, which then evolution under the Romans. Pleasant and helpful staff. Strongly recommendedshow original
Scavi molto interessanti: le strade, la casa di Medea e soprattutto quella dei doli. Ho utilizzato l'app di Izi Travel, che aiuta a orientarsi anche se può essere migliorata. Non c'era nessuno a custo... read more »Excavations: the streets, the home of Medea and especially that of doli. I used the app helps navigate Travel, Izi although it can be improved. No one was in custody, the area was open even longer hours. Nice that was open, among other things free but unfortunately must be assessed the possible problem of vandalism.show original
Museo di recente ristrutturato, inspiegabilmente senza condizionamento... caldo. Interessante allestimento temporaneo riproducente un'abitazione etrusca, per quanto possibile viste le scarse dimension... read more »Newly remodeled Museum, inexplicably without conditioning ... warm. Interesting temporary exhibition depicting an Etruscan House, as much as possible, given the limited size of the room used. Some multimedia equipment inoperative. Small exhibition area, primarily with objects from local excavations, many donated by private individuals. The ticket allows access to some tombs sown on the territory, open to every other day and not kept. Hard to believe that such structures can survive without burdening on public budgets. I think a merging of these small museums for example would benefit from being exposed to the exhibits in Civitavecchia (unmatched flow of tourists to the port) and organizing tours in buses in ruins and necropolis in the territory with local guides.show original
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