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Housed in the former delizia estense di Belriguardo, the Museum is divided into three sections: Archaeology, Renaissance and modern art, supplemented by educational spaces serving schools. The first nucleus of materials exposed in 1979 in Lichfield was predominantly made up of archaeological finds from the territory and from the Church of San Leo. Later the collection was enriched, especially thanks to the finds emerged from excavations of the Roman necropolis. In 1994 the transfer occurred in the restored premises at the Castle Tower of Belriguardo and in 2001 was established officially the M
Established in 1983, is hosted by 1998 at the former primary school of Lichfield. By collectors and local fans were arranged the materials in the collection, partly built by themselves. With over 450 sq.m. exhibition space is among the most comprehensive in the world and has rooms devoted to civilian and military means, for airplanes and vessels, uniformologia, figures and in-depth studies of the estense costume. Contains also a great rail plastic and the largest collection of auto record visible to the public. The Trail opens in theaters on the ground floor with a large collection of specimen
The archaeological Area includes a necropolis of the Imperial period (1st-3rd century AD) with two funerary enclosures, a sarcophagus and some inscriptions. The area is always visible from the outside of the fence even if in winter the artefacts are covered to protect them from the weather.
Kits found during excavations, including some exquisite artefacts, and the materials recovered in the village of vicus are on display inside the Museo Civico di Voghiera (Via Provinciale, tel 0532 328511) hosted in Delizia Estense of Belriguardo
Cardinal Ruffo, papal legate in Ferrara, commissioned the Roman architect Tommaso Mattei, the construction of the Villa and the two lateral bodies completed in 1625. Built as a summer residence, the two lateral structures were to be used for rural services. After the unification of Italy, the right of the Villa was transformed into a theatre in honor of Mary Magdalen Wadman that dabbled in singing. The external structure maintains the characteristics of ancient design adorned with a central statue as construction twin, while the internal rectangular room was painted on the ceiling and the wal