Scavi Scaligeri
Scavi Scaligeri
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Jason and Melan... W
Bonn, Germany145 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2013 • Family
We were a little bemused about the mix of a photography exhibition with the roman ruins, but somehow it seemed to work. We really were interested in the ruins rather than the photos and the thing we enjoyed the most was seeing the original roman sewer and road. We used the Verona card to get entry, otherwise the entrance fee is 6 euro. Not sure I would pay the 6 euro if I didn't have the Verona card, unless the exhibition showing was of interest.
Written 19 March 2013
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Graham
Rayleigh, United Kingdom333 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2012 • Family
I was extremely lucky to manage to see the Robert Capa exhibition at this museum. I was touring the area and saw the banners and it was well worth a visit.

The exhibition area is underground in the Roman ruins. Works well and Italians have a great skill in mixing areas to get the best rom them. there is an old power station in Rome which houses sculptures and again this is a great use of a void space.

Access is easy and is ramped in most areas so disabled access is better then usual. Its got toilets which are fee (after you pay the entrance) and a bookshop. Only downside is that I went on the last few days of the Robert Capa exhibition and they had run out of catalogues.
Written 24 September 2012
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Roberto52Bruno
Quartucciu, Italy13,529 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2022 • Couples
The Scaligeri excavations of Verona are finds found beneath the road surface in the Via Leoni a few meters from the remains of the Porta dei Leoni, they are clearly visible simply by looking out from the protections along the street.
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Written 3 October 2023
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