- The many prehistoric finds in Italy and elsewhere in the world have brought this museum into being. The items include mammoth tusks and teeth, and human bones. The atrium encloses a reconstruction of Guattari cave with a real skull from the Neanderthal era. The first floor holds an ethnographic collection of pottery, jewellery, masks and fabrics. On the second floor you'll find archaeological discoveries and tomb reconstructions. The museum often holds exhibitions on ethnological themes. There are many guided tours, informative descriptions, pictures and reconstructions, designed to captivate children of all ages.
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