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      Torino Archaeology Attractions

      Here are the top Torino archaeology listings so you can find the best in Torino for your trip. Read these archaeology reviews written by real travelers. You can narrow these results using the filters to the left.
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      Torino, Piedmont Region, Italy
      Gigantic museum, the biggest one outside Cairo. The first rooms are done in the modern museum style, clear and with lots of information. Than you've got a few rooms..
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      Torino, Piedmont Region, Italy
      You don't have to be into wizzened mummified remains, it's fascinating!
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      Torino, Piedmont Region, Italy
      Il più bel museo sugli egizi d'Italia non ha nulla da invidiare ai più blasonati musei del mondo quale il British e Il Cairo
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      Torino, Piedmont Region, Italy
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      Valperga, Piedmont Region, Italy
      This place is in my village! Through the Santuario's square you can see a beautiful panorama and if it's clear you can see also Turin and the Mole tower!
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      Bussana Nuova, Liguria Region, Italy
      On the 23rd of February 1887 a violent earthquake destroyed Bussana, a small medieval village in northern Italy near San Remo.
      Bussana was abandoned for nearly sixty..
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      4.2 star rating
      (5 reviews)
      Bergamo, Lombardy Region, Italy
      From the old town in city center of Bergamo you have a nice view from the Alpes and bergamo city. you can spare yourself de high walk up and take 1 of the cabel-car's...
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      Brescia, Lombardy Region, Italy
      An excellent museum featuring artefacts from various pile dwellings found around lake Garda and lake Idro, including bronze helmets and flints. The museum is built over..
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