The exhibition “Time travel with M4” at the Archaeological Museum

From 20 June to 23 September at the Archaeological Museum of Corso Magenta 15 from 9 am to 5.30 pm

 

the meaning of “Time travel with M4”, a project dedicated to archaeological finds discovered during the excavations for the construction of the Blue, is that of a bridge between past and future, where engineering and archeology travel in parallel to create a work fundamental public and to enhance the historical and cultural heritage of Milan.

 

 

From 20 June to 23 September at the Archaeological Museum of Corso Magenta 15 (open from Tuesday to Sunday from 9 am to 5.30 pm The ticket office closes at 4.30 pm Free admission on the first and third Tuesday of the month from 2 pm) so it is possible to visit an original exhibition: unpublished finds and an informative path tell us important pieces of the history of our city.

This story of the finds can also be read on special panels placed on the cesate of some construction sites (S.Babila Station, Manufatto di Largo Augusto, Stazione Vetra, Manufatto S.Calimero – via S.Sofia, Corso corner of Porta Romana -, Stazione De Amicis and Manufatto De Amicis, in via De Amicis).
And a special section of the site www.metro4milano.it is dedicated to the project.

The exhibition is a unique opportunity to see the traces of the Roman Milan that emerge from the excavations of the M4 tunnels within the walls of “Mediolanum”

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