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Civic Archaeological Museum, Milan

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Situated inside a former convent, Civic Archaeological Museum traces the history of ancient Milan. The complex, established in the 9th century, now features modern exhibits designed to provide a glimpse into the city's earliest days. The museum displays artifacts unearthed in Milan and the surrounding area, and is best known for containing ancient statues and rare examples of Roman glass. Follow the viewing route to access the three sections dedicated to Etruscan and Greek civilizations, as well as Lombardy in medieval times. Look for ancient Greek theatrical masks, Roman funerary stele, and Corinthian helmets from the 5th century BCE. Put Civic Archaeological Museum on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Milan journey builder website.
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  • What a great museum, virtually all the areas have English translations. The museum itself gives the background on milan over several points in its history; roman, Etruricsian, med, milanese 18th, it.....  more »
  • I was surprised to find this site not highly recommended, but it is located in a beautiful building which was the convent attached to the church of San Maurizio (nicknamed the Sistine Chapel of...  more »

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