Meet the prehistorical prince of Finalborgo

The archaeological museum of Finalborgo collects the prehistoric finds of all this part of Liguria, the area of Savona. The most significant find is the grave of a young prince, who died something like 19,000 years ago! The reason for referring to a prince lies in the clothing and the presence of some mammoth bones suggests also that he had to be a traveller arrived from northern Europe...
 
► Visit the museum official website: http://www.museoarcheologicodelfinale.com
► Liguria itineraries on Italia Slow Tour: http://bit.ly/italiaslowtour-liguria
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