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Discover 14 places to see in Latina

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ANTIQUARIUM COMUNALE PROCOJO

The Antiquarium comunale was established in 1997 with artifacts donated by private individuals to fund integration survivor of the Antiquarium of the 1930s, and is divided into four halls inside the Borgo Sabotino, Procojo the ancient proto-nineteenth-century industrial structure for the processing of milk.
In the first room is exposed photographic and cartographic material concerning the birth of the village. The population of the Agro Pontino is documented from prehistoric, from architectural fragments, sculptures and clay unearthed during the reclamation works, apart from original cartograph


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St. Mark's Cathedral

On June 30, 1932 was the first stone of the city of Littoria, later renamed Latina.
The exterior of the Cathedral of san Marco is characterized by particular masonry that, at the bottom, you see an alternating bands of Tuff and travertine. The facade is gabled and has a porch that opens, on the front, with three tall arches resting on square pillars.


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Gallery of modern and contemporary art

Founded in 1937 with works donated by public institutions and various artists invited to the 20th Venice Bienniale and the 2nd Rome Quadrennial, the collection was mostly lost after wars. In 1994, the roughly 60 remaining works and a considerable portion recovered by the Carabinieri were put on permanent public display. From 1996, an acquisition programme through additional donations has enriched the Gallery with another 400 works. Currently the Gallery is housed in five rooms of Palazzo della Cultura and brings together works of art that allow visitors to follow the path of Italian art betwee


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MUSEUM "M. VALERIANI" OF NUMISMATICS, COIN, ENGRAVED GRAPHICS AND PHOTOGRAPHY

A Museum of great interest in Latina is the Museum of Numismatics, Medals engraved graphics and photography, named for Vaas. There are numerous graphic works and medals make between the 18TH and the 19th century, by artists of undoubted importance. the Museum is worth a visit especially as evidenced by recent events stroiche via a heterogeneous collection of materials and documents. Among the artists whose works are exhibited in the Museum should remember Cambellotti, Carrà, Giorgi, Costantini, Rills, Chigi della Rovere, D'antino, beautiful, Ganapathi, Papi, Valeriani and many others. Inside t


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MUSEUM OF EARTH PONTINA

The Museum documents the evolution of agricultural territory pontino in the history of the first half of the twentieth century. Through the reconstruction of environments and exposure of photographs, maps and pictures, shows the process of reclamation and transformation of agricultural techniques. A section is reserved for problems related to malaria, rampant disease in the last century.




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MUSEUM OF ART AND MINERAL DEPOSITS "MAURICE JOSEPH"

At present the Museum has approximately 150 sheets of ornamental rocks from various regions of Italy; all this is complemented by the cartographic and photographic material, leaflet on cultivation techniques, quarries, and other stratigraphic series. The purpose of the Museum is to offer a panorama, as complete as possible, of the main varieties of ornamental rocks Italian merchandise.
About their nomenclature it is considered appropriate to maintain the trade name which, although not without doubt, is the best known. The Museum wants to be supportive to teaching for students of degree courses


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Duilio Cambellotti Museum

Designed in 1932 by Oriolo Frezzotti, the Cambellotti Museum is located in the former Opera Nazionale Balilla in Piazza San Marco. Thanks to the donations of the children of the great Roman sculptor, scenographer and illustrator, the Latina collection has become the most important documentation on the artist. The original preparatory cartoons for La Redenzione dell’Agro (1934) have been arranged in the large central hall, together with his tempera sketches on paper and pencil and China ink sketches on gloss paper. These works represent an almost complete account of the creative process of the


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