Archaeological Museum of the Badia
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Archaeological Museum of the Badia

The museum is housed in the sixteenth-century Cistercian convent of S. Maria del Soccorso, still better known today as Badia. The prehistoric part includes Collections from the Licata Mountain, with finds from the prehistoric age (XNUMXth millennium BC) to the Hellenistic-Roman age (XNUMXst century BC) and many finds from the Bronze Age.
Opening and times: 9-13 (Text source:

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Information contributions: Ignatius Caloggero 

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