The original Museum, located in the old and suggestive setting of Saludecio town, is divided into four different halls. The entrance hall displays a precious bass-relief made by copper that was owned by the Beatified Amato, and some other canvas portraying the Beatified and some pretty rare pictures. The first hall hosts a rich collection of offerings dedicated to Beatified Amato starting from the 16th Century to the present day. The small so-called treasure hall hosts offerings, shrines, and sacred vases dating back to the period between the 15th and 18th Centuries. The second room holds canvases prints and books on the life of the Beato Amato. Admission: Free.
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