National Archaeological Museum of Adria
Immersed in a large wooded park, the museum illustrates the extraordinary history of the Po Delta, a territory which in ancient times represented the hub of relations between the Mediterranean world, northern Italy and Central European culture. The history of Adria, which gave its name to the Adriatic Sea, is rich and complex: it arose as an Etruscan river port where trades were conducted with ships from Greece in search of raw materials such as Baltic amber, silver and tin, it maintained even during the Roman age, the role of hinge between East and West. In the museum you can admire Etruscan bronzes and jewels, Attic black-figure and red-figure ceramics and an extraordinary collection of glass from the Roman period, famous internationally. visit worth a stop immersed in a landscape of water and history, it is the natural gateway to the Po Delta Park, a UNESCO biosphere reserve.