Fodor's Expert Review Museo Archeologico Nazionale

Perugia Historical

An excellent collection of Etruscan artifacts from throughout the region sheds light on Perugia as a flourishing city long before it fell under Roman domination in 310 BC. Little else remains of Perugia's mysterious ancestors, although the Arco di Augusto, in Piazza Fortebraccio, the northern entrance to the city, is of Etruscan origin.

Historical History Museum

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Piazza G. Bruno 10
06121, Italy


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Rate Includes: €5, Closed Mon.

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