Admission is free for all on Sunday, September 1st, at the National Archaeological Museum of Reggio Calabria, thanks to the #iovadoalmuseo promotion.
An opportunity not to be missed to admire the exceptional finds from the rich collection of the MArRC, displayed in over two hundred showcases on four levels for a dip in the collective memory to the sources of Mediterranean civilization.
This is an opportunity to visit also the Exhibition “Paolo Orsi. At the origins of archeology between Calabria and Sicily “, set up in collaboration with the Regional Archaeological Museum” Paolo Orsi “of Syracuse, on a project co-financed by the Calabria Region (open to public only until Sunday, September 8th). In five exhibition sections, almost half a century of excavation and research activity of the archaeologist considered the founder of modern archaeological methodology is summed up. Over 230 exhibits tell the fascinating story of Calabria and Sicily, from prehistoric and protohistoric civilizations to the Middle Ages, which has to be discovered in its wealth of creativity and beauty as a fascinating and not obscure period. Visitors are able to enjoy the free audio guide service in four languages (Italian, English, French, Spanish) for a complete and exciting knowledge and emotional experience.