until 25 August

Exhibition Paestum


The National Museum of Antiquities
Rijksmuseum van Oudheden
Rapenburg 28
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From April 25 there will be a new exhibition in the National Museum of Antiquities about Paestum, the city of goddesses.

Poseidonia, as Paestum was originally called, was discovered around 600 BC. founded on the Bay of Salerno in southern Italy.
The dynamic history and cultural diversity of the city, with its famous Greek temples, are central to the exhibition Paestum – city of goddesses.
More than two hundred of Paestum's most beautiful pieces have been brought together,
including unique painted tomb walls from the Paestum Archaeological Museum, temple ornaments, goddess statues, painted luxury pottery, fine glassware, votive offerings and coins.


  • Daily until august 25th, 2024