Castelraimondo Cultural Park

The permanent exhibition displays finds discovered during the excavation of the archaeological site of Castelraimondo, a fortified settlement on the hills became today’s Archaeological Park.

The findings, dated between the fourth century BC and fourteenth century A.D., allow to reconstruct and explain the site history, where, over the long period of time, have succeeded a fortified village, a Roman fortress and a medieval castle.

Coins, brooches, various utensils, fragments of pottery, jewelry, weapons are also visible. To report an unusual object named Iynx (Frullo or Cercaspiriti), a musical instrument buzzing rolling, built in bone, dating to the fourth century BC and belonging to the magic-ritual sphere.

The exhibition, housed in the Council Hall, has five display cases and six educational panels with photographs, maps and drawings.