I started my visit by seeing Archaeomusica. The collection is amazing, to say the least. I believe that this is one of the best projects done on music- ever. Every artifact is unique and the audio-guide helps you experience the culture of the times and the sound of the instrument. From neanderthal era to stone-age and Pompeii, the instruments showcase how music is an integral part of human psyche. The 60,000 year old flute is much publicized, but equally beautiful are the mammot bone instruments, the baby saddle with tooth bones, lyra, trumpets and cymbals. The highlight of the exhibition is that you can actually play some of the replicas of the instruments and experience them!!
The permanent exhibition is also worth seeing. The woolly mammoth and cave bear skeletons are well maintained. The geological finds, stones, the stuffed birds, are worth the visit.
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