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The Museum contains materials relating to the findings on the territory of the Municipality of Cingoli and the excavations carried out in the years ' 80 hours in the area where there is a reservoir. The dating of the finds from the lower Palaeolithic period, with a rich display of lithic artefacts, Roman age, they refer to twelve stone inscriptions, fragments of statues, coins, glass balsamari. For the period of the bronze, as well as a mold, melting several blades of knife and pottery, a wide range of instruments on deer horn. The Museum contains materials relating to the findings on the terr
A unique collection of over 100 pieces including scooters, motorcycles and even bicycles with sidecars, from the end of the last century to the present day. The different sections are enriched by photos, videos and models. A new section is dedicated to the motorcycle and sidecar in film
Among the curiosities, the world's longest sidecar (Bohmerland, 1932), that wider (Indian Chief, 1946), the smallest (Excelsior Corgi, 1946) and the largest (BMW R75 with three trailers).
Residenza Castiglioni Marchesi, who still live there, the building was purchased in 1599 by Bernado, exiled from Milan, who settled in a part of the House later expanded by his successors. The arrival of Bernardo, the founder of the marches, was preceded by a correspondence that s. Carlo Borromeo visited with the prior of the Capuchins to urge Bernardo to join the city to him.
The Majesty of the frame structure is Romanesque outline the relics of the Saint's body, Bishop of Cingoli. You can admire frescoes of the ' 400 and ' 500 and a wooden crucifix from last in a series of seven sacred representations. Seeing the beautiful Romanesque portal (sec. XIII). In the church you can admire the Sebastiano del Piombo's flagellation. On the right side of the building is leaning against the old cloister ruled by cylindrical pilasters and course by a loggia