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Museo Cristiano E Tesoro Del Duomo

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Treasure This Museum Of Treasures

This museum is rather small but it is charming if you are interested in art and religious relics... read more

Reviewed February 7, 2018
Professor04
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Welland
Brilliant guide

Our visit to this little museum of early medieval objects was one of the highlights of our holiday... read more

Reviewed June 25, 2017
railbuffs
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Lancashire, United Kingdom
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Feb 7, 2018
“Treasure This Museum Of Treasures”
Sep 27, 2017
“Small museum lacking in information on exhibits”
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Reviewed February 7, 2018

This museum is rather small but it is charming if you are interested in art and religious relics. If you can, take a guided tour as the guides are delightful and helpful, and they are obviously proud of this small but beautiful collection. It won’t...More

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Reviewed September 27, 2017 via mobile

This museum is just four small rooms, containing very few items. The information labels lack detail and are often not close enough to the relevant object to help. There are a couple of innovative visual displays on the ground floor. Visitors to Cividale would be...More

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Reviewed June 25, 2017

Our visit to this little museum of early medieval objects was one of the highlights of our holiday. Not just because of the fascinating objects themselves (Dark Age history in the UK has very little to compare) but also because of the brilliant young English-speaking...More

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Reviewed April 17, 2017

In a small room off the entranceway is the altar of King Ratchis who dedicated it to his father. King Ratchis ruled the Lombard Kingdom in the 700's. There is a display of how the altar was colored and also a screen that talks about...More

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Reviewed October 12, 2016

The museum has a small but unique collection of Lombard sculpture with a visual presentation demonstrating the original colours of the objects and the pigments used.

Thank JimmyMack
Reviewed May 17, 2016

The ancient altar was displayed in fairly unique way by colour highlights on the engravings that changed. NOT huge display of artifacts which was a relief! Just enough to keep one's interest alive.

Thank CrocodileRoc
Reviewed September 26, 2015 via mobile

The only interesting thing to see here is the "recreation" of the painted sarcophagi, vividly making it clear how it was made at the time. Museum closed several days a week.

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