National Archaeological Museum Of Abruzzo

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  • Address: Villa Comunale Frigeri, Via Costanzi, 2, 66100 Chieti CH, Italy
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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The National Archaeological Museum of Abruzzo was founded by Valerio Cianfarani within the 1830’s villa or Baron Frigerj. The ground floor of the museum is connected with the upper floor by the scissor staircase which is supported by the Doric columns. From prehistoric age to the age of late antiquity, the National Archaeological Museum of Abruzzo showcases some of the most significant archaeological findings. Pre-Roman and Roman sculptures, numismatic and Pansa collection and that of the Warrior of Capestrano Are located at the ground floor while the first floor features the history of Carricini, Marrucini, Vastini and Peligni. Some of the notable collections are palaeosabellic inscribed dunerary stela, bronze figurine of Hercules, marble statue of Hercules, and the stele of Guardiagrele.

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  • National Archaeological Museum Of Abruzzo Address: Villa Comunale Frigeri, Via Costanzi, 2, 66100 Chieti CH, Italy
  • National Archaeological Museum Of Abruzzo Timing: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm
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