Designed to display this collection, the museum is built into the hillside; two "light canons" overlook the Roman theaters, with seating for weary or reflective visitors. A gradual ramp winds down through three floors of attractive, open exhibit spaces, organized thematically. Overall, the museum tells its story effectively; and the scale is nice, not too big, not too small. The English audioguide is well done and provides just the right amount of coverage.
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