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This museum housed in a former monastery displays everyday utensils, jewelry, silver plate, and several fine examples of mosaic pavement from Mediolanum. Full review →
The most fascinating finds in this sizable repository of civilizations past are the everyday items from Milan's Roman era. Full review →
Adjoining the church of San Maurizio is the 9th century Monastero Maggiore, once the most important Benedictine convent in the city and now the backdrop for the archeological museum. Full review →
Housed in the remains of the old Benedictine Monastery, this museum has Roman, Barbarian, Greek and Etruscan collections. Full review →
The buildings of the archeological museum are as interesting as the collections within. Full review →