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The GEOLOGICAL AND LANDSLIDES MUSEUM shows the history and the struggle of Civita to survive to a wild and implacable nature, the characteristics and evolution of the territory, the landslides, the monitoring and stabilization works on the slopes...more
Closes in 22 min
Hours Today: 9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
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Suggested duration: < 1 hour
Piazza San Donato | Palazzo Alemanni, 01022 Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy
This museum was very much a surprise. There was so much info on the geological formation of Civita and how it has changed over the centuries. There is an informative video in several languages that explain the history as well with lots of entree sting...More
Historically amazing Being in Italy one realize just how "new" RSA and USA are
The museum was really great and the young geologist who talked to us passionate about his subject
The displays illustrating the formation. Of and slow demise of Civita are interesting
By chance we found this and we live nearby. An excellent initiative by young professionals who explain the geologically complex area using various communicative tools including interactive multimedia. They can also explain in English which, in some way, is coherent with the Italian experience.
History of the geological site which is very interesting. However, many of the explanations are in Italian only.More
Date of experience: November 2014
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Eddie974, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Museo Geologico e delle Frane, responded to this reviewResponded 26 November 2014
thank you for visiting our museum, we are happy of your appreciation.
We regret you couldn't fully appreciate all the information given because they were mainly in Italian.
We are glad to tell you that we have just completed the English translation (we...More
This is a small museum situated on the second floor of a building in the main Square, it houses some TV displays, pictorial information, a scale model and some fossil remains that seek to explain the geology of the area. It was informative and useful,...More