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“The magnificent past of Apulia in Palazzo Sinesi”
Dec 30, 2018
“Worth a detour if you are passing by”
The Museum is located in the nineteenth-century Palazzo Sinesi.The current exhibition, renewed in 2018, illustrates with didactic and informative panels in Italian and English, a cross-section of the Canosa society between the Archaic and...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 1:45 PM
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Via John Fitzgerald Kennedy 18, 76012 Canosa di Puglia, Italy
The nineteenth-century Palazzo Sinesi is the depository for findings from the urban area and surrounding territory, a cross-section of the Canosa society between the Archaic and Hellenistic periods, the most important ones in the millennial history of the city.
The archaeological exhibition, dedicated to grave...More
Canosa, I have to say, is quite an ugly town, devastated by yours of ugly buildings raised after WWII. But it hosts some archeological wonders which are known (and displayed) in some of the world’s most famous museums such as the Louvre and the British...More
We were very lucky to be allowed in the museum as it is closed on Mondays,but the person let us in as he said he did not want to disappoint us.The people of Canada were very welcoming and helpful wherever we went.
The artifacts are...More
We visited the town of Canosa di Puglia on a Saturday morning and found the town busy with locals but not crowded. In the piazza outside the main church and before you reach the Villa Comunale gardens are a number of noticeboards. While we were...More
Date of experience: June 2015
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Carletto S, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Museo Archeologico Nazionale Canosa di Puglia, responded to this reviewResponded February 24, 2016
torni presto a trovarci per poter visitare anche il resto del nostro bellissimo patrimonio culturale canosino.