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the Museum, opened in 2002, is housed in the former headquarters of the municipality of Acqualagna, in a 16th-century building.
The Museum houses the finds of the excavation of the area in which the town of Pitinum Mergens Roman era and a section of contemporary art.
The origins of the settlement, in all likelihood, are related to the period of viritiane assignments, due to the Lex Flaminia de agro Gallico et Piceno viritim dividundo of 232 b.c. and the birth of the via Flaminia, built around 220 BC
The destruction of the town can be traced to the Greek-Gothic war, which in the 6th century determ
|Near Acqualagna are archaeological remains pertinent to the ancient via Flaminia, the main artery of the Roman age in the territory, opened in 220 BC by Gaius Flaminio to connect Rome to Ariminum (Rimini). The road was the Valley of the Tiber to the Apennines where, through the favour of the Splinter (632 m), descended on the Adriatic side along the Metauro Valley until Fanum Fortunae (Fano) which continued for Pisaurum (Pesaro) to reach up to Rimini with a path along the coast. It was in ancient times the main key to the link between Rome and Northern Italy, because at Ariminum (Rimini|
The Museum offers an exciting journey to discover the identity of the protected area "Gola del Furlo", where the natural and human history have in time inevitably intertwined.
The Museum proposes a space of encounter between nature, evolution, history, culture and man's relationship with the mountain. The intent is to offer an image of the area of the Furlo integrated type, defined by both aspects at the same time more closely, geomorphological and natural geographic that from those relating to the history, architecture and culture of the protected area.
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