The year was 1789. The French Revolution in Paris completely changed the history of civilization by force and the irrationality of violence. In San Leucio di Caserta Ferdinando IV di Borbone tried in such a paternalistic way to realize the concepts of Equality, Freedom and Brotherhood, ideas born during the
The first. The second. The third. The defeaning noise of bombs reached the citizens of San Pietro in October 1943. Hidden in the caves, in the cold with hunger pangs, and scared of death, they heard and saw thousands of years of history be destroyed. The history of their town.
Preserving each testament of civilization so that it becomes occasion of memory, identity and cultural development for human beings who live and will continue living there. MuCiRaMa is the acronym for the Museo Civico “Raffaele Marrocco”. The collections explore almost each branch of knowledge: Samnite, Roman and prehistoric archaeology, medieval,
Memories, forgotten flavours and aromas about the time of the ‘Felix’ plain of Caserta. Objects speaking about fatigue, humanity and hard living but genuine. This museum offers a journey through memory of our grandparents and great-grandparents. It is an opportunity to see things that we can’t give a name anymore,
Please enquire by the guarantors on conditions of access and opening Mysteries of Archaeology Three pathways to explore Terra di Lavoro of the old era were identified , from local culture of the Bronze Age (Villanovian, Appennine), through the Etruscan, Italian people of osco-sable strain, the Samnite, the Greek Magno
It is a museum designed to give a unique and urepeatable emotion in the province of Caserta. An emotion connected to a Saint that is not so saint, since he is an angel. Actually an archangel. Michele, “who is like God?”, according to his name meaning. It is the only
How to measure distances, angles and time? What is light and how does it propagate? How to create and destroy rocks and what are they composed of? What was drawing used for and how to draw? How did our grandparents and great-grandparents do the calculations? A visit to Museo Michelangelo