5 Sights in Chiusi, Italy (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Chiusi, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Chiusi, Italy.

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1. Tomba della scimmia

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The Tomb of the Monkey is located in the Necropolis of Poggio Renzo, four kilometers from the city of Chiusi, and is attributable to 480-470 BC. It was discovered by Alessandro Fran├žois in March 1846 and takes its name from the depiction of a monkey painted in the frieze that adorns the central chamber of the tomb.

Wikipedia: Tomba della Scimmia (IT)

2. Tomba del Leone

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The tomb of the Lion is one of the Etruscan tombs of Chiusi, located about 2 km from the town on the road to Lake Chiusi, in the necropolis of Poggio Renzo. Known since at least 1883, it was excavated in 1911 to reproduce the paintings, now invisible. It is dated to the fifth century BC.

Wikipedia: Tomba del Leone (IT)

3. Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Chiusi

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The National Archaeological Museum of Chiusi is a museum in Chiusi, Siena, Italy. It contains Ancient Greek and Etruscan items, many of which have been excavated in the surrounding province. The museum also has a restoration laboratory, specializing in archaeological materials.

Wikipedia: National Archaeological Museum of Chiusi (EN), Website

4. Torre di Beccati Questo

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The Reclamation Trail is a 62 km dirt bike path. It develops on the ancient road for the maintenance of the Canale maestro della Chiana, which runs on the banks of the same, between the cities of Arezzo and Chiusi.

Wikipedia: Sentiero della Bonifica (IT)

5. Tomba della Pellegrina

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The tomb of the Pilgrim is one of the Etruscan tombs of Chiusi, located about 2 km from the town on the road to Lake Chiusi, in the necropolis of Poggio Renzo. It owes its name to the farm where it is located.

Wikipedia: Tomba della Pellegrina (IT)

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