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An ancient village typical of Emilia

Museo Archeologico Ambientale

Anzola dell'Emilia (BO)

Terramare is an ancient village typical of Emilia, in the Po Valley, dating to the Middle and Late Bronze Age (around 1700-1150 BC). Some important findings and evidence of this type of settlement were discovered in Anzola, 20 kilometers west of Bologna.

A further addition to the environmental Archaeological Museum has opened in December 2011 with the exhibition "Anzola al tempo delle Terramare" (Anzola at the time of the Terramare culture).

Two rooms house the artifacts found during surveys made in recent years. In another room there is the reconstruction of a Bronze Age hut.

The new exhibition shows the materials found in Anzola during the numerous archeological digs conducted in the territory since the Eighties. The wide-ranging and interesting data from the archaeological and environmental surveys have enabled us to reconstruct the events and characteristics of a group of settlements that had achieved a certain prosperity thanks to the fertility of the soil and a new form of social and economic organization that is a peculiarity of these populations.

Date: the event will be held from Dec 17, 2011 to Dec 31, 2017

Event timetable: Saturday 10am-12pm; Sunday 4pm-6pm The museum is open to visitors on weekends, and by appointment (and with a fee) also on working days.

Entrance: free entry

Information and Booking Centre

Public Relations Office of Anzola
Piazza Giovanni XXIII, 1 - Phone: ++39 051 6502111 - Fax: 0039 051 6502140
Weekday timetable:

Monday, Tuesday, Friday 8.30am-1.00pm; Wednesday, Saturday 8.30am-12.00pm; Thursday 8.30am-6.30pm

Weekend timetable:


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