Lusi Palace, seat of PLEAG - Palazzo Lusi Esposizione Archeologica Greci (Lusi Palace Archaeological Exhibition in Greci), is a place of historical interest located in Piazza Umberto I in Greci

Dating back to the 16th century, the building was sold in the 20th century by the Lusi heirs, a noble family with Greek-Albanian origins. Purchased by the community, it has been the town hall ever since. In 2009, the Municipality of Greci inaugurated PLEAG, an archaeological exhibition based on a project of the "Suor Orsola Benincasa" University of Naples and realised by the Superintendence for Archaeological Heritage of Salerno, Avellino, Benevento and Caserta, thanks to funds intended for the protection and preservation of the town's historic-linguistic Arbëreshë minority.

The PLEAG exhibits archaeological finds from the territory of Greci. These findings testify to the importance of the Greci area in the period between prehistoric and Roman times, due mainly to its strategic position for controlling the passage from the Tyrrhenian to the Adriatic coast and for the fervent cultural exchange with other peoples.

With its rich archaeological and cultural heritage, PLEAG allows the reconstruction of the origins of Greci before the encounter with the Albanian community.

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Piazza Umberto I, 10, 83030 Greci AV, Italia
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dalle 08:00 alle 13:00

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Palazzo Lusi e PLEAG

Piazza Umberto I, 10, 83030 Greci AV, Italia

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