VILLA ROMANA DI RUSSI

Via Fiumazzo

48026 Russi (RA)
tel. 0544 581357

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Opening times -  REOPENING TO THE PUBLIC FROM 6 SEPTEMBER 2020

 

Wednesday from 13.00 to 19.00 

Sunday from 13.00 to 19.00



ticket office closing times and last admittance: 30 minutes before the closing times

Admittance Fees

Full price € 3,00

Free of charge for all people under 18 years upon presentation of valid identity card or passport, the first sundays of each month from October to March and on July 23th, December 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, August 14th and 15th

AREA ARCHEOLOGICA DI VELEIA   REOPENING TO THE PUBLIC FROM JULY 21
Strada provinciale, 14 - 29018 Lugagnano Val d'Arda (PC), Loc. Veleia Romana
tel. 0523.807113 fax 0523.807113

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Web & social

https://www.facebook.com/veleiaromanaufficiale/

 

 

Opening Times

Tuesday from 9:00 to 15:00 and on Saturday from 12:30 to 18:30

Ticket office closing and Last admittance: 30 minutes before the closing time of the area

 

In the following days the opening hours are extended:

Martedì 06/10/2020 dalle ore 15 alle ore 19 

Sabato 10/10/2020  dalle ore 8:30 alle ore 12:30 

Martedì 13/10/2020 dalle ore 15 alle ore 19 

Sabato 17/10/2020  dalle ore 8:30 alle ore 12:30 

Sabato 24/10/2020  dalle ore 8:30 alle ore 12:30

Sabato ​31/10/2020  dalle ore 8:30 alle ore 12:30

 

Admittance fees

Full price € 3,00

Discounted € 2.00

Free of charge for all people under 18 years upon presentation of valid identity card or passport

 

Services

Free parking, W.C.

MUSEO NAZIONALE ETRUSCO "POMPEO ARIA" AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL AREA ARCHEOLOGICA OF KAINUA
Via Porrettana Sud 13, Marzabotto (BO)

Tel. +39 051.932353 Fax +39 051.932353

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Opening times:

 

Wednesday from 9:00 to 16:00 and Saturday from 11:00 to 18:30 (summer time with daylight saving time) / 10:30 - 17:30 (winter time with solar time)

ticket office closing times and last admittance: 30 minutes before the closing times

 

In the following days the opening hours are extended:

 

Mercoledì 07/10/2020  dalle ore 08:00 alle ore 09:00 e dalle ore 16:00 alle ore 19:00 

Sabato 10/10/2020 dalle ore 08:00 alle ore 11:00 e dalle ore 18:30 alle ore 19:30 

Mercoledì 14/10/2020 dalle ore 08:00 alle ore 09:00 e dalle ore 16:00 alle ore 19:00 

Sabato 17/10/2020 dalle ore 08:00 alle ore 11:00 e dalle ore 18:30 alle ore 19:30

 

 

We inform our public that since April and until October 2019 the museum and the archeological area will be open:

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9.00 to 16.00

Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays: from 11,00 to 18.30

MONDAYS CLOSED

From October 2020

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9.00 to 16.00

Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays: from 10,00 to 17.30

MONDAYS CLOSED

 

 

Admittance fees

Full price € 3,00

Reduced price € 2,00 (Young people between 18 and 25 years old)

Free of charge for all people under 18 years upon presentation of valid identity card or passport, the first sundays of each month from October to March and on May 12th, December 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th, August 14th and 15th;

Services

Free parking, W.C.

A memorable History page

 

Palace of Theodoric

Click here to watch the video presentation of the theodoric's palace

Click here to watch the video of the archaeological excavations of the Theodoric Palace

 

Palazzo di Teodorico

 

The so-called Palazzo di Teodorico is the only surviving architectural testimony of the eighth century AD. of Ravenna and on the first floor hosts a selection of floor mosaics belonging to what was the most notable discovery of the early 1900s in the surrounding area: the ancient palace area of ​​the imperial city. The portion of the building identified as the narthex and facade of the church of San Salvatore Ad Calchis (8th century AD) remains visible today from the ancient palatial area of ​​the imperial city, of which the foundations of the main body are also preserved. Thanks to the twentieth-century restorations by Corrado Ricci, the first superintendent of Italy, today the structure, in particular the façade consisting of a double wall, is once again legible in its original appearance: on the ground floor with the portal and the two pairs of arches and on the upper floor the imposing niche with the mullioned window flanked by two symmetrical series of blind arches. Before the restoration work, the external facade on Via di Roma was completely walled up and from 1633 on the right side it incorporated the porphyry basin, the sarcophagus of the Ostrogothic king, which is located inside the upper cell of the Mausoleum of Theodoric. The rear part is characterized by symmetrical stairways that connect what must have been the narthex of the church with the environment on the first floor: one was completely rebuilt by Ricci, of the other only the foundations and some wall traces remain. The large arch that connected this access structure to the basilica body of the church is imposing and evocative.

 

The mansion of Eastern Viceroys