Museo Civilta Preclassiche della Murgia Meridionale, Ostuni

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  • The lady at the front took our five euros, our temperatures and barked at us about there being no ingleeza and waved us in. Not exactly charm personified. Lots of cabinets full of broken pots...  more »
  • This museum is for people who like pottery and bits of jewellery and the odd skeleton. However, it is ALL in Italian. This makes learning anything very difficult. You can find ‘Delia’ through a...  more »
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  • Opening hours not respected. As in most of the tourist attractions of this place that most likely does not appreciate neither the culture nor the tourism. Simply shameful.
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  • Visiting with friends we decide to visit the Archaeological museum driven by the curiosity to see the famous "Mommy" and learn something more. Paid the ticket the attentive and caring lady invites us to follow the guided tour... Too bad! The museum is small, but enjoyable. The guided Tour unfortunately: No! Too many inaccuracies and nonsense sold with fear of security to the unfortunate visitors. Archaeological finds presented with Affermazio I of the type: "These we found them in the way of such"... "These others on the way..." Without giving the minimum dating, chronological or cultural framing and assuming that a tourist should know the names of all the streets of Ostuni or nearby districts. A toponym can also be there, but what is the use? The worst moment we experienced it arrived at the classic pottery where we have heard that Taranto in the Magnogreek era has never produced ceramics "because they were not able" and that all the ceramics with black and red figures were of Greek import. "The only Greek colony to produce ceramics since the FOURTH century B.C. was Egnazia"!!! Too bad... Really a great pity.
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