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Roman Domus "House of the girl riding a dolphin"

An archaeological site dating to 1st century BCE in Lucca

Via Cesare Battisti, 15

The Roman Domus "House of the girl riding a dolphin" Archaeological Site was unearthed and opened to the public in 2012 in Lucca town centre. You can see Roman walls and remains (1st C. BCE), as well as Longobard, medieval and Renaissance artifacgts, with architectural friezes, household items and votives.

Contact information:
Via C. Battisti, 15 - 55100 Lucca
Tel. +39 0583 050060
Fax +39 0583 050061
info@domusromanalucca.it
www.domusromanalucca.it



Contact information:
Via C. Battisti, 15 - 55100 Lucca
Tel. +39 0583 050060
Fax +39 0583 050061
info@domusromanalucca.it
www.domusromanalucca.it
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