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Complex of late antique age. The cemetery basilica of San Vittore, dedicated to the famous martyr of the milanese Church-Diocese of Albenga which was linked from ambrosiana-age is near Pontelungo shrine, along via Aurelia in the direction of North East of the city gate (Porta Molino). The building is part of cemetery basilicas attested outside of the walls along the main suburban roads and has a price, to the West, in more complex articulated San Calogero. For the Church are riproponibili various phases from the fifth century to the Romanesque age. Adjacent to the building is a cemetery area.
The monastic complex is one of the oldest evidences of Christianity around the western Liguria. It is located on the northern slopes of Monte San Martino, not far from the old roadway of Julia Augusta, an area already occupied by a likely series of first Imperial burials (1st-2nd ad). Early Christian structures develop from the fifth century onwards in connection to what is considered the place of martyrdom and burial of Saint Calogero, probably a local Christian lived in dioclezianea period (early 4th century), although hagiographic science is not entirely concordant with this attribution. Th
The permanent exhibition comprises a large number of ancient glass from the 1st to the 3rd century ad from the excavations conducted by the Superintendence for archaeological heritage of Liguria in the necropolis of ancient Albingaunum. Among the most significant works include the blue Dish, unique piece dating from the second century a.d.
The road route between the ancient churches of San Martino di Albenga and s. Croce di Alassio is one of the most beautiful and best preserved of the ancient via Julia Augusta, the road opened by Emperor Augustus between 13 and 12 b.c. to connect through a coastal route, the Po with Gaul and Spain.
Along the ancient road overlooking the ruins of at least seven buildings of the Imperial Roman age, dating from between the 1st and 2nd century. a.d. If you can not specify the nature of two of them, the remaining five are interpretable as tombs. Of these, one is a columbarium, the others are funerary
Established in 1950 and housed in the seventeenth century palazzo Peloso Cepolla, amphorae, vinarie, helmets, tools and equipment dating back to the sec.a.C., whose provenance? linked to the discovery of the wreck of a Roman cargo ship "Felix Calm" wrecked off the coast of Albenga. From 1957? exposed in the Museum of Pharmacy jars of Santa Maria Hospital of mercy of Albenga. complete Museum the "prehistory in val Pennavaira", accompanied by explanatory educational media, opened in the year 2002.
Albenga Museum was established in 1933 and has its headquarters in the Palazzo Vecchio. In the Sala dei consoli. on the ground floor of the 14th municipal Tower, are the testimonies of ancient Roman and Byzantine Albingaunum: epigraphs, urns and other stone fragments including the Marinaces inscription, the pi? the old Abbot of the monastery of Gallinaria we remained the name. in the loggia is in the background the large fresco of the crucifixion of the Cage; There are several medieval inscriptions and artifacts from the Museum . accessing the Baptistery (V. sec.d.C), between the pi
The Diocesan Museum of Albenga, located inside the old Episcopal Palace, offers a path within a historic building. The path winds through seven environments: the Hall to the illustrious archaeologist named Nino Ladd, which retains some artefacts found during excavation of the Cathedral, tapestry room that contains the loop with childhood stories of Mos?, fine example of Brussels Manufactory of the late 16th century. Among the items housed there are paintings of Ligurian-Provençal School of centuries XIV and XVI; noteworthy are the pieces of silverware from the Cathedral Treasury; among them st