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"A Stunning Archeological Museum"

Museo Archeologico is located in the rooms of the former Maggiore Monastery. Found here are prehistoric, Greek, Etrusian, and Roman relics mainly recovered from Milan's underground during the excavations for the metro line. Of particular interest is an ancient tract of Roman wall erected by the Emperor Massimiano Erculeo, 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 3rd Century C.E carvings on it. There is a book-store and a library, and museum publications are available to visitors. The museum is also frequently used for exhibitions related to the subject of archaeology and history.
Corso Magenta 15, Milan, Italy, 20123
Today: 09:00 AM - 05:30 PM Closed Now
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"A Stunning Archeological Museum"
Museo Archeologico is located in the rooms of the former Maggiore Monastery. Found here are prehistoric, Greek, Etrusian, and Roman relics mainly recovered from Milan's underground during the excavations for the metro line. Of particular interest is an ancient tract of Roman wall erected by the Emperor Massimiano Erculeo, 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 3rd Century C.E carvings on it. There is a book-store and a library, and museum publications are available to visitors. The museum is also frequently used for exhibitions related to the subject of archaeology and history.
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