The Etruscan civilization in Rome and surrounding areas

Rummaging through the funerary objects of the Etruscan civilisation

In Rome. A walk inside the country refuge of Pope Julius III, now home to the National Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia, among the funerary objects, including vases, jars, jewels and utensils, pictorial decorations, etc. Our stroll will last 1h30 and could be combined with other museums in the surrounding area;

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In Cerveteri (40 minutes from Rome) from the Cerite National Archaeological Museum, which houses the finds of the necropolis and which is located inside the Ruspoli castle, a thirteenth-century fortress built in tuff, lava and brick masonry, with sections of Etruscan walls dating back to the 4th century. BC, to the fascinating necropolis with its still intact tombs. Reachable by sedan car with a driver at our disposal. Our stroll in Cerveteri is 6 hours in total.

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