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Museo Nazionale Tarquiniense

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Museo Nazionale Tarquiniense

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Piazza Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour 1/a, 01016, Tarquinia Italy
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Andrea M wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom23 contributions38 helpful votes
Very interesting museum with lots of artifacts and objects found in the Etruscan tumbs. One of our highlight were the erotic plates and vases, and of course the winged horses that are incredibly beautiful. Not giving 5 stars because I would have loved to know more about the Etruscan people in general, not only about the objects on display. I feel like a room or two for introduction would be necessary and provide the right context for visitors.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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apis42 wrote a review Feb 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom250 contributions94 helpful votes
after the one in Rome, this is the best museum of Etruscan civilization. It's a good start before visiting the local necropolis. it's open 5 days a week, closed on monday.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Richard W wrote a review Nov 2019
Penn Valley, California593 contributions168 helpful votes
Located in the beautiful and peaceful town of Tarquinia this museum houses incredible examples of the ancient Etruscan people. The workmanship of the stone masons on the sarcophagi is truly amazing.....the workmanship on the pottery vessels represents a very high level or skill. While visiting this facility take some time to walk up the cobbled street and see the the old town center and fountain.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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brithaskyum wrote a review Nov 2019
Roskilde, Denmark301 contributions44 helpful votes
Situated in a fantastic 14´th century building. The exhibition has many stunning pieces. Also great ficilities for visitors and rigfht in the center of the town with lots of possibilities to see other things and have a nice meal.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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stpetesusan wrote a review Nov 2019
St. Petersburg, Florida92 contributions21 helpful votes
Easy to ride the local bus from Civitavecchia to Tarquinia. So you can do this when your ship is in port for the day. You don’t need a fancy shore excursion for this visit. What a great place. The Etruscan museum is wonderful, with objects that date back to 9th c BC.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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