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Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Reggio Calabria

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I loved the visit and loved the "Bronzi"

A big hype surrounds the "Bronzi di Riace" and there's always the risk of being disappointed when... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
concertoitaliano
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Kiel, Germany
Excellent museum with English translations

This modern museum illustrates ancient history of the region with nice displays of artifacts found... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Chris and Dorot... A
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Via Giuseppe de Nava 26 | Piazza de Nava 26, 89123, Reggio Calabria, Italy
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All reviews riace bronzes bronze figures top floor ancient greek excellent museum larger than life worth the trip modern museum the main attraction magna graecia awe inspiring well worth the visit special room four floors amazing collection two hours climate controlled
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A big hype surrounds the "Bronzi di Riace" and there's always the risk of being disappointed when faced with the "real deal". I wasn't. The statues discovered at the bottom of the sea some 40 years ago are virtually perfectly preserved. But the rest of...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This modern museum illustrates ancient history of the region with nice displays of artifacts found in the area. The major pieces of the exhibit are the two bronze larger than life male statues, "I Bronzi di Riace," which were found in the sea near the...More

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Reviewed 22 October 2018 via mobile

The main attraction in this museum are the two large bronze Greek sculptures that are 2500 years old. They are a marvel to behold and have been restored perfectly. There are also many other ancient artifacts on display.

1  Thank joeF_10
Reviewed 21 October 2018

The museum is well organised and truly interesting tying both Sicilian and Calabrian history together. The video about the Bronze was fascinating and we were moved by seeing such splendid examples of Greek art dating from 2500 years ago.

Thank countrylover186416
Reviewed 19 October 2018

This museum has so much to offer and it is so very well presented and approachable. The bronzes that were cast in the 5th Century were frankly amazing. We had arrived early in the day and basically had the display hall to ourselves ~ magical....More

Thank Comoxfoodie
Reviewed 5 October 2018 via mobile

This is a wonderful museum with so many artifacts. Beautifully presented with wonderful commentary in both Italian and English. The Riace Bronzes are awe inspiring.

Thank camillePointPleasant
Reviewed 1 October 2018

While in Reggio take the time to go to the museum - one of their displays are these modern day finds (in the 1970's I believe)of bronze statues that date back hundred of years BC! Amazing craftsmanship. Worth seeing.

Thank margaret0077
Reviewed 24 September 2018

We traveled from Tropea to visit the museum. The Bronzi de Riace, two centuries-old statues, were worth the trip. They are artistically perfect, on the same par as Michelangelo’s David. The area was not crowded at all, and it was a bonus to take pictures...More

Thank notloy
Reviewed 22 September 2018

It is an amazing museum which is best known for the C5th B.C. Greek Riace bronzes which were found under the sea in 1972. These are superb & are kept in a special room. The museum also contains other very good statues, vases & artefacts...More

Thank Traveller1XX
Reviewed 21 September 2018

Four floors of well presented and described objects illustrating the evolution of civilisation in the area of Magna Graecia, from the neanderthals to the Romans. And they have that famous small collection of bronze statues recovered from classical era shipwrecks

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Response from Leslie T | Reviewed this property |
No need to prebook. The bronzi are spectacular- enjoy
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Russell P
27 March 2018|
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Response from cycleplus1 | Reviewed this property |
But don't use your flash,I was told off!
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