Cittadella for the little ones
Then there are the Arsenali Repubblicani, where Pisa, at the time of the Maritime Republic, built the boats to conquer the Mediterranean. Also in these spaces, recently restored, there could be a temporary exhibition. And then the Arsenali Medicei, where the Museum of Ancient Ships is now located. Go to the discovery of the 30 ships dated between the 2nd century BC and the 5th century AD! What was traded in that period? Why have the bones of so many dogs been found? What other animals populated these lands? In this area there is also a large green space, it's worth playing around with!
- Info: Museum of Ancient Ships
Galileo Galilei was born in Pisa in 1564, follow the itinerary dedicated to him if you want to learn more. Galilei spread the scientific method, he began to observe the sky with the telescope in 1609 and his observations also led him to affirm that the earth was spherical, not flat, but the Church did not agree at that time...