The Archaeological Museum of Nice and Simie’s ruins include the arena, amphitheatre, public baths from the third century AD, streets, etc. The museum’s collections range from the Bronze Age to the Middle Ages, including ceramics, glass, coins, jewelry, sculptures, etc.
The Archaeological Museum of Amada is the Municipal Museum of Nice. The museum mainly exhibits the remains of prehistoric civilization unearthed in Amada archaeology. In the 1960s, the remains of prehistoric civilization were unearthed successively at the Amada Archaeological Site.
There are many exhibits on the display of ancient European civilizations.
Amada Archaeological Museum, in this museum, you can see all kinds of archeological objects, and all of them since archaeological time. It’s just like the magazines are here to know that Changping in the museum is very big. perfect
The museum is still undergoing renovation, so only a part of it can be visited-for example, the Pergamon Altar is not seen. Nevertheless, it is still worthwhile to visit. The gates of Babylon and Roman ruins can be seen on the first floor, while on the second floor are gorgeous Islamic artworks.