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Archaeological Museum Luigi Fantini

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Ancient Italian Foodies

The historical and material culture of the Etruscans from the nearby Etruscan-Celtic settlement of... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2015
Pamela M
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Crown Point, Indiana, United States
Very good. Pity information is only in italian

A beautiful modern museum with a well visualised series of exhibits. The only disadvantage is that... read more

Reviewed 21 August 2015
Souterrains
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The Netherlands
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21 Aug 2015
“Very good. Pity information is only in italian”
28 Apr 2015
“Ancient Italian Foodies”
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The Monterenzio Museum collects archaeological evidences from Idice Valley from prehistory to Roman age. The main part of exhibition include the celtic and italic findings (Aetruscan, Ligures, Umbrian, 4th and 3rd sec. B.C.) coming from Monte Bibele...more
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Via del Museo 2, 40050, Monterenzio, Italy
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Reviewed 21 August 2015

A beautiful modern museum with a well visualised series of exhibits. The only disadvantage is that all the information is only in Italian. Not even a leaflet with English summaries. Since I'm an archaeologist myself, I know what most of it is, but I would...More

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museomonterenzio, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Archaeological Museum Luigi Fantini, responded to this reviewResponded 26 October 2016

Dear Sir, thank you for your kind notice. I'm just sorry because in fact we have english summaries, available for free for foreign visitors at our reception-desk. Anyway, I'm glad to inform you that we are now making new QR-codes for multilingual texts and printing...More

Reviewed 28 April 2015

The historical and material culture of the Etruscans from the nearby Etruscan-Celtic settlement of Monte Bibele and the necropolis of Monte Tamburino near the village of Monterenzio (BO). Considered to house one of the most important Celtic collections in Italy. Fascinating displays of the food...More

Thank Pamela M
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