House of Christopher Columbus

Walking through the streets of Genoa, pretty close to Palazzo Ducale and Piazza de Ferrari, we suddenly found ourselves in front of the (supposed) ‘House of Christopher Columbus.

Really this surely is NOT the house of the great Italian navigator, but a real house from the historical period and fixed in a way that resembles a place where Christopher Columbus should have lived in.

We have just a couple of clips showing you about the structure of the house and it’s exterior. Actually the building is a little museum and you can enter for only 6 Euros.

Do you think it is correct to offer an entrance to a little house museum for 6 Euros? Or, offer it as the house of an interesting world explorer only to discover it is not that real?