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Little remains of the Etruscan.
Nothing is visible on the surface as, after excavations, the whole area was covered with soil, for several decades
For information contact the direction of the Museo Archeologico Nazionale in Ferrara (tel 0532 66299)
The opening of the Museum was built in 1973 on the initiative of Remo Brindisi (1918-1996), inside the home. Designed by the milanese architect Nanda Vigo, the House was designed in function of a unit and of the artistic work, but also open to the public, Museum imagined and in fact made from Brindisi. After the death of the artist, and the entire Museum patrimony preserved in it were acquired by the municipality of Comacchio, testamentary will of the same toast. The building is characterized by a large "cylinder" that connects the Central plans with living spaces, those of the study and the e
Housed in the restored complex of manufacture of Marinated, the trail accompanies the visitor to discover the entire processing cycle of eels and of acquadelle that took place in this architectural complex. The activity, which persisted for over sixty years consecutively, including the ' Fallen ', landing boats to the fish, ' Fires ' Hall with typical chimneys (twelve in total) used for cooking of eels, the ' Sala ' Vinegars with the vats and barrels and the ' pancake shop ' for the cooking of acquadelle. Through images, sound installations and projections are then provided with all relevant i
The discovery bridge downstream a hull full of Roman cargo is at the origin of the birth of the Museum. Discovered in 1981, the wreck was recovered only in 1989, after a long period of study on methods and tools to use, and the creation of equipped areas, aimed to the excavation, restoration and recovery. Some exhibitions and publications have, meanwhile, allowed access to information "returned" from the ship, which refer to the products delivered, their containers, objects of everyday use, including clothing items documenting the life on Board of a vessel of the Augustan age. Next to the cera
The type Museum, harks back to the environment of the valleys, and employment resources for use and includes a route starting from the mouth, supervisors visit the two fishing stations Pegoraro and Serilla and casone Coccalino, surveillance against illegal fishing. In Carey and tabarre-special warehouses for the construction and preservation of fishing gear-are visible furnishing objects and tools. Particularly interesting are the lavorieri, consisting of a long series of stakes planted in the lagoon bottom: they are interconnected by a frame of Poles and grisole (incannicciate), delimit a cun
Is housed on the first floor of the Capuchin monastery annexed to the Church of s. Maria in Aula Regia. Includes a collection of about 150 items including paintings, sculptures and ceramics inspired by the Marian cult, initiated since 1977 at the initiative of Father Antonio Stacchini and subsequently ampliatasi thanks to donations by individual artists. The works are largely attributable to the regional context, although there are several well-known Italian artists of the twentieth century, starting with Remo Brindisi, principal organizer of the Museum during the 1980s, Aldo Borgonzoni, Dino