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This museum proudly showcases one of Calabria's most significant diocesan collections, spanning from the 15th to the 20th century. Its remarkable array of artworks and artefacts, crafted by local artisans, offers insights into the region's artistic heritage. Among the highlights are the paintings by Francesco Colelli, capturing the essence of a transformative era from 1762 to 1782.
- Address: III Traversa a Via Saverio D'Ippolito, 8, Lamezia Terme
- Phone: +39 0968 29499
- Opening House: Tue–Sat 9am–1pm / 4pm–7pm; Sun & Mon closed
Do & See
Lamezia Terme is known for its rich historical and architectural heritage, with majestic churches and cathedrals; but also ruins and archaeological sites that are definitely a must-see. Moreover, the nature in and around this city could be considered an attraction of its own, especially in the various nature parks as well as along the seaside. The central position of Lamezia Terme makes it extremely easy for visitors to enjoy other small and cosy cities and attractions situated just a bit outside, having in this way the possibility to experience different areas of the south of Italy.