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This museum, hosted in a 18th century villa, has a large and very interesting collection of archaeological remains dating to preroman and roman eras; particularly nice where the roman mosaics and statutes. The town of Este was famous, already in pre-roman times, as well as...More
If you want to know the history of the Euganea Hills the visit in this museum it is a good start. The people are living in this area for a very long time and the evidence and the culture in here is very well preserved...More
My husband can bore for England on archaeological museums, and we have been in many. But this is really special. It covers a really extensive chronology, from stone age to late Roman, and it is particularly good on domestic items and the lives of women....More
We arrived in Este on Monday and had hoped to visit the castello, but it was unexpectedly (to us) closed following a festival. According to all of the literature and websites, it was supposed to be open. We walked around the corner to the museum,...More
This is a small archeological museum w/ galleries on two floors. One floor is devoted to the Veneti people (think Etruscan era/pre-Roman) and the second focuses on the Roman era. I found the collection to be very well organized, interesting, and full of surprises. Worth...More