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#1 of 13 Museums in Ravenna
As part of the biennial exhibition of mosaics in Ravenna, this museum puts on a brilliant show of mosaics from all around the world, perfectly showcased and accompanied by their permanent exhibition of artworks an...
The museum is within walking distance to the World UNESCO sites and the historic section of town.
#2 of 13 Museums in Ravenna
The mosaics are wonderful and well-exhibited, the museum is near San Vitale church, in the historic centre, the set up is in English too.
#3 of 13 Museums in Ravenna
Fascinating and well set out museum with excellent background information which fills in several gaps for thosr visiting the town's world famous mosaics
This museum houses a superb and important selection of late Roman and Early Christian artifacts in ivory, mosaic, sculpture, metal.
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#4 of 13 Museums in Ravenna
The National Museum of Ravenna is situated in former Benedictine monastery of San Vitale, and contains important and ancient collections together with materials from the major early Christian and Byzantine monumen...
In fact the Museum is housed in the monastery comprised in the S. Vitale complex; the whole complex is formed by S. Vitale basilica, Galla Placidia mausoleum and this monastery.
#5 of 13 Museums in Ravenna
During Ravenna week we saw plays by local actors helping to bring the life of Dante to more people.The museum is more contemporary and user friendly than others.
We have been to the Dante Museum in Florence which we found fascinating and it was good to see one here about his life in Ravenna.
#6 of 13 Museums in Ravenna
We found our visit to this museum very worthwhile to add to our 3 day stay in Ravenna an overview of Mosaics in the past until the presence.
This museum has been created in an old church, and manages to make good use of its spectacular volume.
Museo NatuRa Sant' Alberto
#7 of 13 Museums in Ravenna