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Cervia rediscovered: the discovery of the ancient city and its territory

Cervia rediscovered: the discovery of the ancient city and its territory

Photographic exhibition on archaeological research in the Cervia area at Musa, the Salt Museum. Third campaign

Cervia rediscovered, archeologists at work - Ph. Gruppo Musa - Ph. Gruppo Musa

Photographic exhibition on archaeological research in the Cervia area. Project by the University of Bologna, Archaeology Department, Municipality of Cervia-MUSA. Photos by the Musa photographic group.

Path illustrating the archaeological investigation in the area of Cervia vecchia, in the middle of the salt pans. In particular, the excavation activities carried out in the area that housed, until 1698, the ancient city of salt, before its transfer to the sea.
The images, taken by the Gruppo Fotografico MUSA (a group of photographers born within the museum), guide the visitor's eye to the discovery of the careful work of investigation and excavation in the area where the ancient city stood.


 

Opening

from 20th December 2021 to 9th January 2022
every day
from 2.30 to 7.00 p.m.

from 10th January to 27th March 2022
Saturday, Sunday and holidays
from 2.30 to 7.00 p.m.

When

from 20th December 2021 to 27th March 2022

Luogo

Musa - Salt Museum

Cervia - Magazzino del Sale Torre, Via Nazario Sauro 24

Price

Tickets

  • full ticket € 2,00
  • reduced ticket € 1,00: boys and girls from 13 to 18 years

Free admission

  • children up to 12 years
  • disabled people with a helper
  • tourist guides
  • interpreter attending a group
  • every first Sunday of the month

Information office

Tourist Information Office - Cervia
Cervia
Torre San Michele, Via Arnaldo Evangelisti 4
0544 977194
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Tourist Information

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