Museum of Archaeology of Milan
Corso Magenta, 15, 20123 Milano Route Planner
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daily except Mon 9am-7.30pm


This archaeological museum is housed in what remains of the old Benedictine monastery. Its Roman section houses two masterpieces: the Coppa Trivulzio, a goblet fashioned out of a single piece of glass, and the Patera di Parabiago, a solid silver plate adorned with the rites of the goddess Cybele. There are interesting remains of the 3C Roman wall in the garden.


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