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Museum of Dead Souls, Italy

From series “Strange, Weird and Unusual Museums Amusing its Visitors”
The followers of the mystical stories of the beyond can be recommended to visit the Museum of the Dead Souls, located in Rome. Its location is the sacristy of the ancient Del Sacro Cuore del Suffragio church. Before the visit of the museum, all visitors should receive the blessing of the priest. One should not worry about it, since this formality is only due to the peculiarity of the museum.

Museum of Dead Souls, Italy Every day the curious tourists and locals visit the museum with the sole aim - personally of the existence of the hereafter and of continuing to persevere the souls of the departed people to live. In the museum is presented a lot of the diverse exhibits, each of which is connected with the interesting legend or the narrative about the ghosts. These are the clothes with imprints of the ghostly hands, the floorboards with the soles of the soles, and the books on which the strange imprints and signs were once made.

The head of the church accompanies the guests and tells them the incredible stories about the ghosts. He notes that the deceased souls do not like human interference, and that is why the visit of the museum should be particularly careful and careful. The museum can be visited free of charge and the exhibits presented in it can be photographed, although the recording is absolutely vain. Until now, no visitor to the museum has succeeded in making the qualitative photographs of objects kept in it. And it is not the bad lighting or technical problems. Next - Guinness Storehouse

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ATM bankomat: 'Imprebanca' located in 0.1 km ( check the route on the map).
Car rental office: 'Europe Driver Service' is located in 0.92 km ( on the map).
Fuel station: 'Eni' in 0.15 km
Supermarket: 'Gruppo d'acquisto solidale Testaccio Meticcio' in 0.13 km
Parking: 'Tucci Antonio' in 0.36 km
Apotheek: 'Testaccio' in 0.37 km
Police station: 'Carabinieri Comando Stazione Roma Aventino' in 0.62 km
Cafe/restaurant: 'Angelina A Testaccio' in 0.07 km
Railway station: 'Marmorata- Galvani' in 0.43 km

Nearest airports:
 »  Ciampino Airport CIA - in 12 km
 »  Fiumicino Airport FCO - in 20 km
 »  Sant'Egidio Airport PEG - in 135 km
 »  Grosseto (Baccarini) Airport GRS - in 151 km
 »  Abruzzo Airport PSR - in 153 km
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Top destination around Museum of Dead Souls - Rome

Many tourists may find the habits of local residents quite unusual. Thus, when gallant and polite Italians gather in the crowd, they can create a real "crush". You may be surprised, but such behavior is not considered rude. Local residents are accustomed to huge crowds in public transport and shopping centers, so they simply try to free their way in all possible ways. Many local residents actively use body language during a conversation, but among the representatives of elite such gestures are considered a sign of bad manners.

Italians are not accustomed to have a nourishing breakfast, so the majority of local cafes and restaurants offer to their guests coffee and fresh rolls for breakfast. Lunch is considered the main meal. As a rule, it consists of at least three dishes. A dessert, which is so familiar to Europeans, Italians can replace with cheese platter and a glass of wine. Drinking wine is not forbidden here even in the middle of the day. Despite the love of local people to this drink, the general attitude to alcohol here is more than restrained. Alcohol is most often taken only during the meal. When it comes to appearance and clothes, the locals prefer to dress in a strict and formal way. No extravagant and revealing dresses are worn in everyday life.
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