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National Archaeological Museum in Adria

 National Archaeological Museum in Adria
National Archaeological Museum in Adria
Via Ten. G. Badini, 59
45011 Adria (RO)

Municipality: Adria Region: Veneto

Tel. 0426/21612

The National Archaeological Museum of Adria was built in 1961 according to a project by the architect Benati and the engineer Scarpari to give a suitable setting to the several evidences which have been collected since 1780 by F.G. Bocchi.
All the excavation campaigns, from the one held in 1878/79 exactly in the area where the Museum is situated and led by F. Bocci until the most recent ones, have proved the great archaeological richness of the territory of Adria.
The Museum of Adria tells of events which have taken place since the 13th century BC, from the Bronze Age to the Roman period, and deals with Paleoveneti, Etruscans, and Greeks, Gauls and Romans. Inside, the arrangement of the finds shows the presence of several different cultures which had a great influence on the local population.

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