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Papyrus Museum "Corrado Basile"

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Gabri
Gabri
August 19, 2015
Interesting museum to get acquainted with the story of papyrus, its uses and new research. You can visit in less than an hour. maybe a little bit expensive
Lorenzo
Lorenzo
July 6, 2017
Museo con antichi papiri e video sulla fabbricazione della carta
Rita
Rita
July 6, 2013
uno dei musei più belli che abbiamo in Europa in materia. Vasta esposizione di papiri datati
Giuliana
Giuliana
May 21, 2013
Il Museo del Papiro, istituito nel 1989 offre un ampio panorama della storia del papiro e dei suoi usi, contribuendo alla conoscenza dell'arte antica e di alcuni aspetti della storia siracusana.

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66 Viale Teocrito
Syracuse, Sicily
Téléphone0931 22100
Heures d'ouvertureFermée · Ouvre à 10:00 AM