Museo Napoleonico di Marengo, Alessandria

(2.3/5 based on 60 reviews on the web)
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  • The original core of the Museum of the battle of Marengo was born in the mid-19th century at the behest of a private enthusiast. The Museum is well set up between memorabilia and videospiegazioni. Kept open by volunteers, little noticed by road signs and billboards and located a few kilometers from Alexandria. Car park and poorly maintained outbuildings. The usual problem of many museums. With more money, more staff and a policy of promoting culture (exhibitions, conferences, a bookshop) may become a little gem. I've devoted half a day to go exclusively to this museum by Milano because Napoleonic history buff and was not disappointed. For those who have just a generic interest, it is worth visiting if you are passing through,
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  • 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 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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  • The Marengo Museum tells the story of the campaign of Italy led by Napoleon in 1800 and in particular of the battle that took place in these campaigns in June 1800. There you can find the depiction of the event through the use of new multimedia technologies, in the presence of numerous items and weapons of the time, paintings and reproductions. Can not miss a turn in the huge park full of trees. The Museum is also home to cultural events and a destination for school trips.
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