Museo Acropolis, Fondazione G.B. Vico, Agropoli

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  • We were utterly satisfied with the whole visit. The hostess ( Elena) was marvellous. Helpful and very enthusiastic, she explained in depth everything regarding the foundation and the museum. As we.....  more »
  • Nice little museum, with very welcoming staff. There you can find paintings from the 19th and 18th centuries, ancient Greek vases and old prints focusing on the depiction of the nearby Temples.  more »
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  • On Wednesday 7 June was inaugurated this Museum at the presence of the first citizen Franco Alfieri, the honorable Alfonso Andria and the professor Vincenzo Pepe of the Giambattista Vico Foundation. The historic building, located in this medieval village, was given for free use to the City of Agropoli, which stipulated a sub-loan agreement with the Giambattista Vico Foundation for the construction of the Acropolis Museum until 2019. Here everyone would be able to enjoy the beauty of the palace along with the neighbouring Angevin Aragonese Castle, the ancient portal, the churches, alleys and evocative squares. A scenario of great value for the Upper City that will host important works, previously held at the national museum of Paestum, where they arrived in 2015, following the eviction operated by the minor friars of Capaccio capital in whose Convent, "the Foundation Vico "had set up the museum in question 12 years earlier. "The collection reaches Agropoli - explains Professor Vincenzo Pepe - and will enrich the city's tourist and cultural offer, including a series of works by the Grand Tour, by Piranesi, recently exhibited at the National Gallery in Washington and five works by Paolo De Matteis, including 'The Deposition of Christ'. These masterpieces will also be added to the maps of the Cilento and archaeological finds.
  • Located in the old town of Agropolis, it is impressive and very well cared for. The Director is passionate and prepared. I attended an event organized this summer and I really enjoyed it. It was suggestive.
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