Tourist Attraction in San Lorenzo In Campo: Museo Archeologico del territorio di Suasa
The archaeological museum of Suasa territory is set up in the Della Rovere palace of San Lorenzo in Campo. This museum allows you to retrace the history of the environment and the ancient populations of the medieval valley of Cesano through archaeological materials and interesting geological, faunistic and fossil findings. The exhibition culminates with the section on Roman and Prussian Suasa and with the collection Giorgi, which collects rare finds such as the "cippo suasano" and specimens of Corinthian Etruscan vessels. It is set up inside the Oak Palace. The route allows the visitor to grasp the evolution of the environment and the human population of Valcesano until the thresholds of the Middle Ages. Six showrooms, arranged on two floors. The educational path is organized on two levels: one for adults and one for boys. A section preserves archaeological finds of various origins and African ethnic objects, in memory of the museum's original layout, carved by the local historian and Friar of the Order "Saveriano" Gello Giorgi. Between 2004 and 2006, restoration work was undertaken which allowed the original and the ground floor to be brought back to the original appearance. The interventions, made with the contribution of the European Regional Development Fund and the State, were the occasion to take care of the reconstruction of the Antiquarium. The Museum was renovated and set up under the scientific direction of the Department of Archeology at the University of Bologna and the Archaeological Heritage of the Marches. In 2007 the new inauguration.