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Museo di Sant'Agostino

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Museo di Sant'Agostino

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Adrian G wrote a review Aug 2019
Bucharest, Romania12 contributions9 helpful votes
Old paintings and sculptures. Statues that decorated the houses in the city. Local artists. Very interesting
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Kitaguma wrote a review Nov 2018
Hamilton, Canada193 contributions73 helpful votes
We visited on a rainy afternoon while in town. The Museo is easy to get to, right across from the metro station. The admission fee of 5 euro was also very reasonable. Once inside the space is clean and modern, and the pieces are well noted in Italian and English. The route is not clearly marked but attendants were more than happy to show us the optimal route as we arrived on each floor. The museum has one of the better sculpture collections I've run across, and less emphasis on paintings. If you're into sculpture or want to take in a museum that won't break the bank or take days to explore, this is just the right fit.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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berksbs wrote a review Sep 2018
Berkshire, England108 contributions38 helpful votes
Wonderful museum to stroll around, we almost had the place to ourselves. We were given a great guide in English with 25 best things to see in the museum and this worked very well for us. There is such a diverse mix of exhibits of medieval sculpture, church architecture and paintings, all presented in a very modern (inside) museum. Yes there were security people about but they just waited at the top of the stairs of the floor we were on, they were no problme, just doing their job. We thoroughly enjoyed this museum and would recommend.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Jarko2015 wrote a review Apr 2018
Amsterdam, The Netherlands1,683 contributions2,987 helpful votes
This very modern museum over several floors was built on the ruins of the old church and convent. There is still a newish church on the grounds, but it's the museum that's worth exploring. There's a vast, eclectic mix of exhibits in this very cool space, but the most interesting are in galleries where photography is not allowed. Otherwise, cameras are not a problem. Very annoyingly, a personal body guard follows you everywhere you go, almost at your shoulder. It's very intrusive and they are not guides, they're just there to monitor you. Not much fun. Buy the 24 or 48 hour museum card to make sure you get the best price deal as the museum is included.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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191 contributions9 helpful votes
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Find on a map and visit. Lots of sculptures and old tile and pottery. The curator followed me all through the museum. There is one room where photos aren't allowed.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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