Celano
B 16 °

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CASTELLO PICCOLOMINI

The museum was founded in 1992 and set inside Piccolomini Castle. It contains very precious sacred art-works and sculptures, connected to the elegant and renowned liturgical art production which distinguished the area of the Marsica between the VI and the XVII century. Among the several valuable objects on display, there is a huge number of stone finds, dated between the VI and the XII century, and of the wood shutters. Moreover, the collection contains remarkable paintings and sculptures, dated between the XII and the XVIII century; the precious gold ware dates between the XIII and the XVII c


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MUSè-new Museum swamps of Celano-restoration Centre

The Museum of Prehistory is a multifunctional structure located in the surroundings of the archeological site of Le Paludi; it includes exhibition halls for temporary expositions, restoring and anthropology laboratories, a conference hall and anti-seismic deposits. The collection contains finds dated from the Bronze Age to the Roman times and illustrates the history of the Marsica as from the earliest villages of pile-houses. The archaeological excavations at Le Paludi, carried out between 1985 and 1998, brought to light a settlement dating back to the III millennium B.C. on the shore of Lake


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MUSEUM OF SACRED ART OF THE MARSICA

The museum was founded in 1992 and set inside Piccolomini Castle. It contains very precious sacred art-works and sculptures, connected to the elegant and renowned liturgical art production which distinguished the area of the Marsica between the VI and the XVII century. Among the several valuable objects on display, there is a huge number of stone finds, dated between the VI and the XII century, and of the wood shutters. Moreover, the collection contains remarkable paintings and sculptures, dated between the XII and the XVIII century; the precious gold ware dates between the XIII and the XVII c


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