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Museo di Stato, City of San Marino

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.2/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
From archaeological finds to 17th-century paintings, Museo di Stato showcases a collection of historical artifacts originating from 1865, many of which outline the history of the region. Featuring nearly 5,000 pieces donated from all over the world, the museum houses pottery, coins, jewelry, and other archaeological finds. Visit the first floor to see paintings and ceramics donated to the Republic over time. The second floor is dedicated to paintings and other artistic donations from the Middle Ages and 19th century. In the basement you'll find prehistoric materials from the Greek, Egyptian, and Roman empires. Take a look at our City of San Marino trip itinerary builder to schedule your visit to Museo di Stato and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Small but complete and well organised, this museum is really valuable-and unmissable. I recommend a visit, maybe while you wait to see the changing of the guard. Watch the video at the entrance; the explanation is rich and will allow you to not miss any of the very details of objects preserved here. Beautiful the Government room, renovated by Gae Aulenti.
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  • Worth a short visit, especially with a combined entry ticket to other attractions. We spent half an hour there which was about right for us and there is quite a good display of local relics, from pre ...  read more »
  • Every inch of San Marino is spectacular and beautiful, there is so much to see and do that you may not get to everything in two days. 
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