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Museo Archeologico Sarsinate

Via Sabino Cesio 39, 47027 Sarsina, Italy
+39 051 420 9406
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A magical surprise

Sarsina Museum it's a small and discreet jewel, nice price, good set-up, interesting pieces, in the... read more

Reviewed 8 December 2015
MrBut
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Milano, Italia
Sarisina, Spa city of Italy

Not enjoyed my tour much on this place as we went here during holiday season. Limited opening... read more

Reviewed 26 September 2015
mimibayot
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London, United Kingdom
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Sarsina, hometown of the greatest Roman comic playwright Plautus, is a small town in the Appenines, far from the Adriatic Coast. In this picturesque village lies a small treasure that only few people know. In an ancient palace of the old town is located the Archaeological Museum, one of the most important museums of Roman civilization in northern Italy, for the richness and variety of its exhibits. The finds, almost exclusively of local origin, covering an extended range of time, from Prehistory to Late antiquity, but particularly from the Roman period, testify that Sarsina, a small community on the Apennines, in the past was not an insignificant and isolated village but rather a centre of profitable trade. The exhibition opens with a large group of funerary inscriptions that offer a cross-section of the ancient Sassina. Of exceptional interest is the large mosaic polychrome floor called the “Triumph of Dionysus”. Very important are also the references of many cults, linked to the Greek world (Jupiter, Minerva, Apollo), to the Italic-Roman tradition and to the Eastern world. In the museum is kept, in fact, a group of statues representing Phrygian and Egyptian deities, which constituted the most important shrines dedicated to these cults in northern Italy.
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8 Dec 2015
“A magical surprise”
26 Sep 2015
“Sarisina, Spa city of Italy”
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Via Sabino Cesio 39, 47027 Sarsina, Italy
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Reviewed 8 December 2015

Sarsina Museum it's a small and discreet jewel, nice price, good set-up, interesting pieces, in the heart of Appenino Tosco-Emiliano, called Foreste Casentinesi. If U R on the beach, close to Rimini, or U R wandering on the north of Tuscany, close to Arezzo, find...More

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Reviewed 26 September 2015

Not enjoyed my tour much on this place as we went here during holiday season. Limited opening times. Make sure you read more about this place before you visit. Nice resto tho at nearby place. Don't miss the delicious berrys nest with mascarpone - separate...More

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