The ground floor is dedicated to the archeology section, in particular to pre-Roman, Roman (from the first century. And the VI century AD) and medieval times. The first floor contains exhibits of medieval, Renaissance and modern, and finally, the second floor houses an exhibition of local marine and shipbuilding from 1700 to the present day. The second area of the second floor is dedicated to the exhibition "Art of the city Chioggia. Devotional paths and scenes of daily life in the civic collection", which contains paintings by local artists of the last century, but also the earlier works of the nineteenth century to the seventeenth century, including two tables and a fresco of the end of 1300 and beginning of 1400. The paintings are divided into three sections: urban life, the daily scene and the religious life.
The Museum of the Southern Lagoon "San Francesco outside the walls"
The Museum is located in the former Convent of San Francesco outside the walls. The first building dates back to 1315 and the second, after its destruction during the war between Venice and Genoa (1378 -1381), in 1434. In 1806 the monastery was deconsecrated and since then has held a number of functions: in 1808 becomes a military warehouse. At the end of World War I (1915-1918) is divided into two floors. It was a shop selling fruit and vegetables and in the post-war period became a refuge for the homeless. Finally, until a few decades ago it was a garage for local buses.
Standard: 3,50 EUR / Reduced: 1,75 EUR.
Free admission: school groups and their careers, children under the age of 18 college students (upon presentation of the card)
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