The archaeological museum of Luni is the main archaeological institution of the Ligurian Levant in terms of size and scientific importance of its collections.

The structure, which is dependent on the Museum Complex of Liguria, exclusively includes finds from the ancient Roman city of Luna following research carried out over the centuries, although most of the above is the result of excavations conducted starting from from the mid-1900s.

Through an exhibition, which has favored a thematic approach, it is possible to follow the evolution of Luna from its foundation in 177 BC until the advanced imperial era, with some testimony also of the early medieval phase.

The archaeological museum of Luni is located in the ancient town within the archaeological area which includes much of the space enclosed by the walls and the amphitheater located outside the circuit.

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Museo Archeologico di Luni

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