Museums And Monuments

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Castello di Arechi - The #Medieval Castel

Castello di Arechi - The Castel

Fort La Carnale

Fort La Carnale

The " Villa Comunale"

The " Villa Comunale"

The Monumental Complex of S. Sofia

The Monumental Complex of S.

San Pietro a Corte.  It's the most important #Longobard establishment of #Salerno

San Pietro a Corte. It's the most important establishment of

Roberto Papi Museum. The history of medicine and surgical istruments collection

The history of medicine and surgical istruments collection

Museo Archeologico Provinciale. In a prominent position are the trappings of the princely tomb of #Roscigno

In a prominent position are the trappings of the princely tomb of

The Archaeological Museum. This Museum contains a rich archive of documentation relating to the entire Province of #Salerno

The Archaeological Museum. This Museum contains a rich archive of documentation relating to the entire Province of

The Diocesan Museum of San Matteo. The collections kept in the #museum are extemely prestigious and give us an idea of sacred #Medieval culture.

The Diocesan Museum of San Matteo. The collections kept in the are extemely prestigious and give us an idea of sacred culture.

The Gardens of Minerva . Historical documents show that this was the first #botanicgarden in Europe where plants were cultivated purely for health remedies.

The Gardens of Minerva . Historical documents show that this was the first in Europe where plants were cultivated purely for health remedies.

The Gardens of #Minerva. From the Town Park leads up to the #ArechiCastle and the widw steps reinforced by squared pillars support a pergola that joins andi colourfully frames the different levels of the garden.

The Gardens of From the Town Park leads up to the and the widw steps reinforced by squared pillars support a pergola that joins andi colourfully frames the different levels of the garden.

The #Archaeological Area of Fratte. An important pre-Roman centre, whose ruins date from VI century B.C., an era in which #Etruscans, #Greeks and native inhabitants lived together.

The Area of Fratte. An important pre-Roman centre, whose ruins date from VI century B., an era in which and native inhabitants lived together.

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