Collections are classics, sundial hall is also beautiful. For friends who like history and culture, this museum is a must-see. Here we can get a faster and more direct understanding of Naples'post-Renaissance history, as well as a lot of previously unknown knowledge, such as the link between the Kingdom of Naples and the Spanish dynasty.
Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples Archaeological Museum, Naples on the weekend, many shops were closed. In the alley opposite the Naples Archaeological Museum, there is a very good pizza shop, which is now baking pizza. Many local people are queuing up. Shop is relatively small, there is only a small table at the entrance. Before entering the museum, a pizza mat is stuffed. Fresh tomato sauce is matched with full cheese and bottled Fanta. After drinking coffee for too many days, I feel that pizza is more matched with bubble drinks. (Baidu) Looking back on the history of this place - "The Naples Archaeological Museum, which was built in the late 16th century as a cavalry barracks, became the seat of the University of Naples in the 17th century and was rebuilt. In 1777, Ferdinand VI moved the university to Ges &9; Vecchio Monastery, where it was transformed into Real Museo Borbonico and a library. Charles of the Bourbon family renovated it in the late 18th century, mainly to collect antiques left by his mother Elizabeth Farnese. Collection distribution - "first floor, mainly showing statues, sarcophagus, etc. On the second floor, besides displaying many wet murals according to the age, there are also precious glassware and jewelry. The third floor, mostly from Pompeii, includes the most famous description of the Macedonian Empire "Battle of Alexander". Exquisite mosaics "Alexander the Great and Darius the Persian Emperor" are a series of portraits of animals, daily life, musicians and even Plato's answers to his students. The basement is a display area for Egyptian art and crafts.
Before going to Pompeii, I strongly recommend to do my homework at the Naples Museum. Pompeii is in ruins, and all the treasures excavated are in the Naples Museum. Although it is not as domineering as the Vatican Museum and the freshness of the Uffizi Art Museum, the exhibition quality is definitely in the top three in Italy.
There are four floors in total. The basement is the Egyptian cultural relics and inscriptions collected by the Bolgian family. Yeh has no idea about the family. The exhibits on the first floor are mostly sculptures. The Farnese family collects two famous pieces. The Farnese bull is repaired by Michelangelo. The second floor is a sandwich, which is easy to ignore. It is mosaic mosaic from Pompeii. This man likes it. The most famous one is the picture of the battle between Alexander and Darius. Then there's a secret room on the second floor, which is full of... Hey... The most famous is the sundial hall on the top floor of the statue of Pan Shen FUCK female goat (covering her face). The ceiling and walls are painted. There is a miniature exhibition hall of Pompeii and a long corridor of wet murals.
In my opinion, the Naples Museum is very large, most of which are sculptures. On the second floor, there are adult areas. The objects excavated in the ancient city of Pompeii are placed in the Naples Museum. This museum needs to pay, can swipe cards and is worth visiting.
There are many mosaic puzzles about the ancient city of Pompeii in the Naples Museum. They are very beautiful. There is also an adult museum, which is also a part of the history of the ancient city of Pompeii. The Museum charges a fee and has a free deposit box to use.