Tourist Attraction in Troia: Museo Civico di Troia
It was set up in 1971 in the ground floor of the basement of the sixteenth century palace of Avalos, divided into five areas: contemporary era, modern era, medieval era, Roman era pre-Roman era. elements and important finds. Among the most important pieces are preserved: the tomb of Colosseum of Gaidefreda and Enea (X and XI century) a lithograph of the embalmed body of Frederick II, the burial slab of the sarcophagus of Rubria Marcella (II and III century), the sarcophagus of San Secondino (VII century) columns and capitals with epigraphs of the Roman era, a section of the pavement of the consular road Traiana, found in Troia along Regina Margherita course during the 1956 rework. Cups, jugs, pissids, tombstones and stele funeraries (VIII and VI century BC).