Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Info on museums (musei) in Abruzzo, Italy


Here are some links on museums (musei) in Abruzzo, Italy:

    • Museo Nazionale D’Abruzzo (National Museum of Abruzzo)
      • Museo Nazionale D’AbruzzoIn Italian Only – Location: city of L'Aquila – Source: web site – "From 6 April, the day of the disastrous earthquake that struck the city of L'Aquila and its province, part of the Abruzzo National Museum was closed, because of the extensive damage suffered by the sixteenth-century castle."
    • Abruzzo Museums – "A Travel Guide to Museums in Abruzzo, Italy." – Source: – "Travel & Tourism"
    • Best Museums of Abruzzo – Thursday, 09 September 2010 12:06 – Written by Delicious Italy Team – Source: Delicious Italy – "the Italy food, travel and culture guide"
    • The Civic Museums – "The Loreto Aprutino's Civic Museums list" Source: Musei Civici Loreto Aprutino – In English, Italian
    • - AbruzzoIn Italian Only Source: – "Il portale nazionale dei musei italiani"
    • Museums – "One tip we have is that being that many of Abruzzo’s museums are quite small, if you find them closed try the local commune office to see if they can phone the person with the keys – better still phone before you arrive! As many of them are so small, many do not have swipe/pdq machines so have a few euros in cash ready to pay the entrance fee." – Source: Found in the Life & Culture section of Life in Abruzzo – "Abruzzo Cherry-Picked; the Holiday & Lifestyle Guide to Italy's Rocky Heart"
    • Abruzzo: Museums and Art Galleries – "Tourism in Italy, travel tips" – Source: GeoSearch.Italia AKA – "Italy Tourism Guide - Regions, Province and all Italian Cities" – In English, Italian
    • MUSEUMS OF ATRI – "The Archaeological Town Capitular Museum" – portions in English, Italian – Source: Viaggio in – "Tutto l'Abruzzo in un click!" – In Italian Only
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