Opened up in 1818, it houses very important Etruscan remains, such as the "Chimera" a votive bronze statue found in Arezzo in 1553, a creature that is part lion, part goat and part snake. It was especially dear to Cosimo I as a symbol of power. Among the highlights, the statues of"Arringatore" (Speaker), "Minerva", the terracotta and travertine urns from Volterra, and the Greek ceramic vases with black figures. The museum is also very important for its Egyptian collection, second in Italy after the one in Turin.
Sundays (except the first Sunday of the month), Mondays,Tuesdays and Wednesday
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