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Originally the Capitoline Hill of the Roman town and has served a few roles since including military barracks and horse stud.
Small but well laid out collection of artifacts. Shame that a fair amount of antiquities got destroyed by Allied bombing during WW2.
All included as part of your amphitheatre ticket,so excellent value.It showed the various find of the area including some funeral tombs.Very well laid out and well kept in a beautiful courtyard off a busy street.
Unfortunately we were too late to also see the Nitrate...More
We had problems finding this museum. We walked up and down the street twice and missed it every time, we didn't have a number, just street name. I asked a woman for directions and she showed us where it was. It is set well off...More