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Museo di Stato, City of San Marino
(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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  • The facility is clean and well maintained, but does not have anything special. The staff is attentive and helpful, but as regards the contents of the cases and the works on display there is nothing special to mention.
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  • Museum in the historic center. Rich explanatory boards. Rich collection of archaeological (prehistoric axes, coins etc) Especially interesting was the picture that you see holding the Republic of San Marino. To see!!
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  • The State Museum is one of the most interesting and complete with san Marino. The Museum is spread over 4 floors, to visit it took us an hour or so but going fast enough from a work to another. On the ground floor just exposed archaeological, Numismatic, -1 floor -2 an exhibition of contemporary art, on the first floor and on the second 18/19th century paintings. Overall I loved it and found it to be comprehensive. Recommended!
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