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coastliveoak wrote a review Oct 2018
Santa Barbara, California43 contributions13 helpful votes
This regional museum does a terrific job of providing context, information, and artifacts for the area’s rich history. Very enjoyable and would return again.
Date of experience: October 2018
BeaTravels wrote a review Mar 2018
London, United Kingdom165 contributions73 helpful votes
After or before visiting Sardinia's Nuraghe sites this will add to your knowledge of the island. Recommended.
Date of experience: July 2017
seolram wrote a review Jul 2011
Leiden, The Netherlands900 contributions411 helpful votes
This museum houses finds from the archaeological site of Nora, a Phoenician/ Punic /Roman town near Pula. The museum is small and the most interesting artefacts are exposed in the National Museum in Cagliari, but some ceramics in this museum are worth a look. Actually, the most interesting part of the museum are the pictures of excavations in the late 19th/ early 20th century. So, in short: When you have visited the site of Nora in the morning, it's a nice addition if you visit the museum in Pula in the afternoon. If you are planning to just go to Pula to vist this museum: don't bother...…
Date of experience: June 2011