Museum of Natural and Human Sciences "San Giuliano" - L'Aquila
The Museum presents rather heterogeneous material: the naturalistic collections, some archaeological finds as evidence of the Mediterranean civilizations and a small picture gallery with paintings of the XVI-XVIII century, reliquaries, sacred volumes of Coptic art and the precious Christogram of 1426.
The naturalistic collections have been set up in such a way as to be usable from the didactic point of view and we have tried to insert every artefact in its original environmental context. The route is also enriched by dioramas that illustrate the typical habitat of Abruzzo. It is also possible to visit the collections of botany, malacology, entomology, anatomy, mineralogy and paleontology.
The museum is under renovation