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The Museum, located at the exit of the highway junction of Valle Camonica (former State road 42), was opened in 1981 and organized into four sections: the land, the Roman city, the religion and the necropolis. The finds originate mainly from the excavations, carried out in the region since the end of the 17th century, the Church of Santo Stefano (bronze age and iron age, pre-Roman and Roman period), and finds from the necropolis from the village and surrounding area. It is in the course of excavation the amphitheatre and the Roman Theatre. The area testifies to the continuity of human presence
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