The Regional Aeolian Archaeological Museum, “Luigi Bernabò Brea”, on the island of Lipari is perched on a rock that looks like a natural fortress. There you can see evidence of the peoples and cultures that have sought refuge on these shores, from the bronze age to the Greek-Roman period. The museum has six different sections: prehistoric, epigraphic, classical, the smaller islands, volcanological and paleontological. The museum is made up of several buildings, which is why it is referred to as a museum complex.
Who has said that the Aeolian Islands are just a summer touristic destination? They...