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Museo delle Genti d'Abruzzo

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Via delle Caserme 24, 65127, Pescara Italy
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4 day Abruzzo Tour from Rome
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Get an in-depth introduction to the postcard-perfect, nature-filled region of Abruzzo, covering both the Adriatic coastline and the Apennine mountain range. Stroll through the historic centers of Giulianova, Teramo, and L’Aquila, and explore the seaside city of Pescara. Multi-day tours include four-star accommodation and breakfast each day.
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EdP wrote a review Feb 2020
Pescara, Abruzzi, Italy63 contributions22 helpful votes
We had a lovely morning at this museum, hosted inside the ancient barracks of Pescara's XVI century fortress. The museum provides visitors with a deep understanding of the history, the traditions and the way of life of the Abruzzese people. A must for those willing to truly understand this gorgeous region of Italy.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Alexander Dimitrov wrote a review Mar 2019
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Because of the ACCT project I had the opportunity to visit this simple but quite interesting museum. I learned a bit of local history, but it turned out to be a bit tiring.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Rafael Torres wrote a review Feb 2019
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I learned a bit of local history by visiting the museum. There are many beautiful and interesting things, but it turns out to be a bit tiring! And for this reason a loylt of people anded up leaving the guided tour.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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cycleplus1 wrote a review Jan 2019
MIlton Keynes775 contributions162 helpful votes
Visited on a Saturday and were surprised that we were the only people there. Entrance was €6 each. Each of the 13 rooms was dedicated to a different period or subject. It was well laid out,even if a little dated in places.Lots of old photos to look at.There are some descriptions in English,but most of the museum is self explanatory. There is also a display of military wear as it was a former barracks with a jail,and there are some viewing windows on Roman remains. Definately worth a 2 hour visit. Pay attention to the opening hours!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Silk Adventures'n Food wrote a review Dec 2018
Pescara, Italy662 contributions7,811 helpful votes
This museum let you walk from palaeolithic ages to more recent times to discover the roots of the a people of Abruzzo. A very important archeological find is the coin in the picture, in fact for the first time in history it is used the word "Italia"! That is because people from middle Italy started an alliance to fight against the Romans and began to produce their own coins.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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