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Museo Archeologico Chiomonte La Maddalena (Chiomonte)
The museum, set up in the Cascina della Maddalena, consists of a center around which tours and management of the state owned archeological site rotate.
Museo Archeologico dell'Alto Canavese (Cuorgnè)
Located in the Palazzo Comunale, the museum presents the fruit of the research carried out around Salto in 1978-79 and documents the prehistory and the first historical events of the Alto Canavese.
Museo Archeologico dell’Abbazia di Novalesa (Novalesa)
Inaugurated in March 2009, the museum collects the majority of the exhibits discovered during the archaeological excavations which affected the l’Abbazia della Novalesa from 1980 to date.
Museo Archeologico, Pinacoteca Comunale (Varallo Pombia)
The archaeological museum and the painting gallery are situated inside Villa Soranzo, an old aristocratic home surrounded by a small park with ancient trees. This museum houses a collection of fossils...
Museo Baita della Libertà (Belgirate)
This museum was created inside a chalet on the Colle Motta Rossa (Motta Rossa Hill). Several partisans were slaughtered here, among whom was Pore Musolishvili, from Signaki, Georgia. In the years ensuing the Second World War Belgirate was twinned...
Museo Bonaparte (Mombasiglio)
Situated in the Mombasiglio castle, the museum is constituted by a collection of prints and acqua fortis on Napoleon’s First Italian campaign by the architect, topographer and viewer Giuseppe Pietro Bagetti.
Museo Camillo Leone (Vercelli)
In the Museo Leone, that was opened to the public in 1910, is kept the collection donated to the Fine Arts Institution by the notary Camillo Leone (1830-1907). The Museum is set out inside two ancient buildings..
Museo Civico "Ercole Durio da Roc" (Civiasco)
The collection housed in this museum comprises a variety of objects that can be divided into nine categories: natural sciences, minerals...
Museo Civico "Giacomo Rodolfo" (Carignano)
The museum’s collections were donated to the city by the heirs of Professor Giacomo Rodolfo, historian and archeologist, and document the various moments in the cultural, artistic, and social life of Carignano.
Museo Civico "Gianandrea Irico" (Trino)
It was named after Gian Andrea Irico, a witty man of letters and a great historian of the XVIII century.