Museo Napoleonico di Marengo, Alessandria

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  • The Battle of Marengo was one of the most significant engagements of Napoleon's military career. A villa was built in 1846 by Giovanni Antonio Delavo in the hamlet of Spinetta Marengo specifically to ...  more »
  • Unfortunately we didn't read the report regarding the nearby hotel Marengo having information regarding the opening times. We had difficulty finding the museum and only noticed it while passing on the...  more »
  • We had the Sunday afternoon guided tour. I am a Napoleonic history buff and appreciated the work that went into this museum. Unfortunately it is underfunded and consequently the hours are not predicta...  more »
  • I was there, humbled and subdued by the calm earth, the chirrup of birds - gazing at the field in the gloom of the falling night. The Marengo is alive, the Mankind shall thus continue.
  • A nice Museum that can and should still grow ... A people cannot look to the future without always having in mind its origins and its past. Conserve and ensure the historical memory of their land we believe it is a duty for all those who have administrative responsibilities and representation. Unfortunately some genius roads Department managed to enlarge the stradone which runs next door, and its location is not the best. The pyramids (Louvre) let's do the French, I would have stayed in the main building without having to build further. The Museum is divided into various rooms in a somewhat convoluted, but a clerk advises you which side it starts and how to continue. There are still some undocumented information panels and a screen was off. But having said that, the Museum is really nice. There are so many things to see and experience and which explain how you arrived at this battle. Beautiful paintings of Keith Rocco, explanatory panels, uniforms and weapons on display, but especially with tap and test panels "and" discover ". Give the opportunity to the youngest (and others) to touch arms to test the weight of open panels and discover uniqueness and habits: an interactive museum. I want to come back in a few years and find this Museum further raised.
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  • Small museum well cared for. The historical reconstruction of the events-the battle of Marengo-is true and correct. You can see, in addition to the uniforms of the Napoleonic era, even some paintings of contemporary painters. All set in the beautiful Villa Delavo in which we can admire the frescoes and the original floors.
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  • Very little staff, few explanations. Looks like an abandoned place. A few measly missing dressed well better. Written and illuminated iconography so as to be readable. You park on the grass.
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  • Beautiful historic place
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