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The National Archaeological Museum of Fratta Polesine, opened on February 21, 2009, is housed at the barchessa of Villa Badoerpalladiana. The exhibition, organized on two different floors, presents the results of over forty years of archaeological research in the territory of polesine, with particular attention to the village of Frattesina, very active, Center of European importance, during thelate bronze age (12th to 10th c. BC). In the village are related artefacts to daily life and various crafts (metalworking, machining of ivory, amber, glass, bone and Horn). Of great importance to the so-
Inside the Palazzo Dolfin-Baloch, now "Manegium", find the ethnographic museum on civilization in Polesine, an exhibition on historical documentary Carbonari and the polesine area a view on Giacomo Matteotti, who was born just in Fratta Polesine