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During our time in Tuscany we visited a few Etruscan museums. This one stood out as all the remains on display had been found in one site nearby. The museum, therefore, told an interesting story both of the Etruscan past but also of the history...More
This excellent archaeological museum is located in the tiny village of Murlo just south of Siena. It is a hidden gem and well worth visiting if you're touring this part of Tuscany.
The exhibits come from an Etruscan site nearby and are well presented. Given...More
We were staying near Murlo, so this seemed a worthy and pretty much only thing to do in the village. It is bijou in scale but rich with local Etruscan remains (who ruled around here around hundreds of years before the Romans, so impressively ancient!)...More
Murlo is a tine walled village perched high in the Tuscan countryside surrounded by some of the best views you are likely ot see in Tuscany and you can certainly see a lot. The village hosts the Etruscan museum which is devoted to exhibiting the...More
famous etruscan discoveries are conserved in this local museum. This museum gathers artifacts and evidences from the etruscan archeological site of Poggio Civitate and it is located in the ancient burg of Castello di Murlo. Most of the artifacts are unfortunately in pieces but give...More