How to celebrate the archaeology year in Tuscany

Oct 05, 2015 402

by Claudia Astarita

Tuscany is rich in fascinating archaeological sites, such as the Baratti and Populonia Park (within a beautiful bay and a fascinating medieval village), the Museum of Ancient Ships in Pisa and the recently discovered necropolis.

Exhibitions, workshops and food&wine tastings have taken place all around the area this year to celebrate "the archaeology year in Tuscany" praising its treasures. Among them, worth mentioning the display "Big and Small Bronzes" hosted by the Archeological National Museum and the "Power and Pathos" held at Strozzi Palace, with bronze statues coming from the National Gallery (London) and the Paul Getty Museum (Los Angeles).

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Fonte: This is Italy

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