A quick visit to this Museum will give the visitor a real insight into the early development of the Umbrian people and the absorption of this region into the growing Roman empire. As fascinating as the history of the Roman Empire is, I also like to find out about the 'pre-Roman' Italians, and that is something that this museum does very well.
There is also a fascinating "Last Supper" fresco extant in one of the rooms of the building which was part of a former convent. Not unlike Da Vinci's much more famous Last Supper in Milan, but with Saint Agnes making an interesting addition to the company.
Also, great views of the amphitheatre from the loggia of the museum.
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