Museo Storico Piana delle Orme, Borgo Faiti

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Take a trip into history at Museo Storico Piana delle Orme, a museum featuring exhibits on the agricultural life of the area and World War II. You will find machinery from the early 1900s, model planes and boats, children’s toys, vehicles, and much more. You can use the audio guide for more details, or just read the descriptions placed around the museum. Put Museo Storico Piana delle Orme on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Latina trip generator.
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  • The Museum, which includes reconstructions of areas of land reclamation, Dulles scenes of World War II, as well as a huge collection of historical smilitari means, tractors etc. is not to be missed. For vintage toy lovers, there's an entire shed. Also in open spaces often find interesting events or exhibitions.
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  • There is no other place in the world (except something similar in the US but less rich) setting out with so much passion and involvement means and reconstructions of Italy in the first half of the 20th century. Seems to be living the story. I went there five or six times, so you can see everything. It's huge! Collects 4000 military means, all restored and functioning, and 4000 agricultural vehicles. There are full-sized models and passable war scenarios such as the battle of El Al-amein, landing at Anzio, Cassino bombardment, and the immense work of reclamation of the Pontine marshes. And much more.
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  • Is a place where you can spend a day outdoors, playing, relax and lunch a great steak or grilled sausages. And then jump in the history of World War II, with effects such as if you are on site. Cannon blasts, gunshots, roaring tanks, seems to be no really, the battle of monteccassino, Anzio, are under their own eyes. And then so many surprises.
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  • Fascinating and extremely curated Museum about Italy's involvement in WWII, on display original military vehicles and equipment but also documents and objects about daily life. Another section of the museum is dedicated to the drainage of Pontine Marshes. One if not the best museum on the subject in Italy and one of the best in Europe highly recommended
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  • Is not just a Museum, is a path that makes you relive moments and emotions of the story as if you were in the present! It is made very well studied in detail that wish would never end ... You just want to go back ever! The recommendations.
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  • Beautiful Museum for history lovers and for those who do not. The snout exposes a great deal of restoration on each of the pieces shown and much creativity the mannequins used in scenes. You may want to visit sunny days to avoid the rabble of when it is overcast and no one goes to the sea. The shop, the endpoint leaves something to be desired but it is still worthy to be visited. If you see some structure inside d dogs, don't worry, they are not cuddly and hyper will pester you for no reason. Madam, our presents unique pieces too: for example the cart dd (only three in the world), the plane crashed, the chariot of life is beautiful ...
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  • Museum a must see! Divided into a "rural" part and part war retraces much of 900. Very interesting for young and old. Even the self is not nothing wrong with low prices.
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