The museum is located in the rooms of the former Maggiore Monastery. It houses prehistoric, Greek, Etrusian, and Roman relics ... More
Civic Museum of Archeology
The museum is located in the rooms of the former Maggiore Monastery. It houses prehistoric, Greek, Etrusian, and Roman relics mainly recovered from the Milan underground during the excavations for the metro line. Of particular interest are: an ancient tract of Roman wall erected by the Emperor Massimiano Erculeo in 236-305 D.C, a tower that survives from the Circus Maximus constructed in the 4th Century CE, and the ruins of a Roman house from the 1st Century CE. In the central entrance to the cloister is the "Masso di Borno", a large stone recovered in Val Camonica with carvings that date back to III millennium A.C. There is a bookstore and a library, and museum publications are available to visitors. Standard admission is 2 Euro, reduced admission is 1 Euro. Guided tours.
The museum was founded in 1838, in a neo Romanesque style building. Renovated and re opened to the public in
1952, it's located within the public gardens of Corso Venezia. Beginning in 1980, a comprehensive modernization programme was initiated. ...
The building was constructed for the International Exposition of 1906 and designed by Architect Sebastiano Locati. In Liberty style, the
Station houses forms and decorations of an aquatic theme in "Maiolica". Damaged in 1943, during the war, the building ...
Italy's largest and most modern museum of science and technology, housed in a former 16th century monastery. There is a
submarine to explore, two garden cloisters, many exhibits and hands on displays related to Leonardo daVinci and his scientific ...