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Museo Archeologico Nazionale

  • Via Risorgimento 121 Map It
  • Crotone

Updated 04/11/2014

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Constructed to house the treasures found at the Sanctuary of Hera Lacinia, as well as many antiquities recovered from the surrounding seabed, the museum is situated in the heart of the old city of Crotone, close to the seafront castle. The most precious part of the collection is the so-called Treasure of Hera, with the goddess's finely wrought gold diadem and belt pendant. You can also see the rare 5th century BC bronze askos (container for oil) in the form of a

mermaid, illegally exported into the United States and subsequently recovered by the Italian government from the Getty Museum in California.

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Via Risorgimento 121, Crotone, 88900, Italy

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Sight Details:

  • €2
  • Tues.–Sun. 9–7:30

Updated 04/11/2014


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