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Discover 3 places to see in Padula

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Casa Museo Joe Petrosino "-P-New York-Palermo life and death of a detective

The Museum, located in the Joe Petrosino's birthplace, is the only museum dedicated to a member of the forces in order. In this House the August 30, 1860 Giuseppe Petrosino was born. Within these walls the small Joseph lived up to 13 years, when in 1873 with his father Prospero, tailor, and the whole family left for America. This case of ordinary emigration brought about the fate of Joseph who would become, then, the great, the legendary Joe, the most famous policeman of America. In this House continued to live up to our days the relatives of Joseph: brother, grandchildren, great-granddaughter


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Certosa di San Lorenzo

The Certosa di San Lorenzo is the largest monastic complex of Southern Italy and one of the most interesting in Europe for architectural magnificence and copiousness of artistic treasures. The construction work started in 1306 by Tommaso Sanseverino, count of Marsico and Lord of Vallo di Diano, and continued, with expansions and renovations, until the 19th century. The oldest plant remain in Certosa a few things: among them are the beautiful door of Church dated to 1374 and the vaults of the Church itself. The most relevant transformations date back to the mid 16th century, after the Council o


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The provincial Archaeological Museum of Western Lucania

The Provincial Archaeological Museum of Western Lucania was born in 1957 to collect the rich finds of excavations carried out by the direction of Salerno provincial Museums, particularly in Sala Consilina and Padula (about 1500 tombs). The Museum also houses the materials unearthed in the late 19th century. Later, the Museum was enriched with artifacts from excavations carried out since 1957 to 1967, when it recovered the graves in the locality of Mahmodizadeh in Sala Consilina. The exhibition covers a span of as many as 16 centuries – from the 10th century. BC to the 6th century. d.c. – and i


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