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Museo archeologico nazionale dell'Umbria. Perugia (PG)

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The Museo Archeologico Nazionale premises are hosted inside the San Domenico former Convent, located along Corso Cavour, just outside the Etruscan walls of Perugia. Since 1948 the Museum has occupied the area of the Dominican Convent complex, built over an earlier 13th century church that stood where the main cloister is today, which in the course of the centuries has been enlarged up to the point of assuming its current aspect. With the occupation of the Napoleonic troops and the Italian process of unification, the complex was transformed to host military barracks, changing dramatically the original design: the cavalry was housed in the cloister, the stables were placed in the oratory and the old church was transformed into a refectory on two levels. At the end of the Second World War the complex was occupied by the German militias, then by the Allied troops and at the end by the refugees. Since 1945, having been handed over to the Municipality, it has become a place of culture by hosting the State Archives and the Civic Museums [...]
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