Mutina Splendidissima

Mutina Splendidissima

The Roman town and its heritage. Modena, Foro Boario, 25 November 2017 - 8 April 2018. The exhibition is the final goal of the 2017 celebrations on occasion of the programme dedicated to 2200 years from the foundation of Modena city aiming at making perceivable the buried reality of Mutina, under the streets of historical centre. The exhibit shows the origins, development and legacy that the Roman town has left to the modern one. A story telling open to everybody, based on archaeological historical data seen through a multidisciplinary glance starting from foundation of the Roman colony in 183 b.C. Opening: Saturday 25 November h 18

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The Archaeological park of Terramara reopens on Easter Day

The Archaeological park of Terramara reopens on Easter Day

Excavating like real archaeologists, getting through the trial by fire, revealing the secret of mysterious objects, reviving the atmospheres of a terramara village with its inhabitants at work, engaging in manual workshops for adults and children, all that and much more is possible at Montale Park. The new season reopens on Sunday April 1st and continues with special appointments every Sunday and holiday until June 10th 2018

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A portata di mano

A portata di mano

At hand. A tactile itinerary that allows you to discover some of the Wonder of the World heritage in Modena. A new approach to sculpture and architecture through multi-senses learning, to appreciate, not only with eyes, Piazza Grande site UNESCO Hertitage for twenty years . Modena, Piazza Grande, groudfloor of Palazzo Comunale. Free entrance (Monday to Friday h 9-2pm; Saturday, Sunday and holidays h 10-1pm)

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MUTINA SPLENDIDISSIMA
April 2017 - April 2018
Programme of celebrations for the 2200th anniversary of the Roman town foundation (183 a. C.) , promoted by Comune di Modena and coordinated by Musei Civici within the regional initiative 2200 ANNI LUNGO LA VIA EMILIA (2200 Years along the Aemilia road) promoted by the Town administrations of Modena, Reggio Emilia and Parma, Archaeological Superintendences of Bologna and Parma, Emilia-Romagna Regional Secretariat of Ministry of Heritage, Cultural Activities and Tourism