National Archaeological Museum Jatta:

National Archaeological Museum Jatta:

The National Archaeological Museum Jatta in Ruvo di Puglia was set up in some of the rooms of the Palazzo Jatta and is the only copy in private collection of nineteenth-century Italy still remained unaltered from the original museological conception. The exhibits in the museum were collected by John Jatta in the early nineteenth century, was later enriched by the homonymous grandson and was sold to the state in the twentieth century.

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