Museo Napoleonico di Marengo, Alessandria
(2.1/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
Museo Napoleonico di Marengo is located in Alessandria. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Museo Napoleonico di Marengo by using our Alessandria itinerary builder.
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  • Interesting museum that suffers from the lack of means. Non-invasive multimedia. Pretty poor in the testimonies of the period. It would seem that it is always subject to depredations, the last one to say of a resigned but passionate Guide (who also seemed to be the Museum Director) took place a couple of months ago. The new fast road passes next to the gates of the villa so access is moved to the back where it was built a pyramid inspired by the Louvre and Napoleon's campaign in Egypt, recalling the shortly before the events narrated. The city of Alexandria, in spite of the default, takes care of this wonderful initiative, little known to most people. To be supported.
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  • I visited this Museum, really cared, really detailed reconstructions of the different phases of the battle either through video, both with interactive tables. The only thing we should not be fooled by the air slightly broken up the outside of the Museum, the Interior is really cared! And as they assured me the guide every two years is a reenactment.
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  • Nothing special ... aesthetically consistent with the drabness of the city ... I honestly don't I would annoverate between the attractions of Alexandria ... There are better places to see and visit in the city. Besides the pyramid hidden cast is hard to think of compare it even partially at the entrance to the louvre in Paris.
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