Museo Storico Piana delle Orme, Borgo Faiti

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History Museum Museum
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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  • You will definitely enjoy this piece of Italian history that is intro active. It's in English as well as Italian and tells the history right into the Second World War. It has tanks and planes as well ...  more »
  • We visited this museum with the Grande Prairie Army Cadets tour of Italy with EF Tours. Amazing military displays equal to any museum in mainland Europe. Worth getting a guide who will take you throug...  more »
  • I really enjoyed the agricultural exhibit on wine making in Italy. The authentic historic equipment was very nice. I also enjoyed the military artifacts from WW2 beach landings at Anzio and the fight ...  more »
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  • Great motorhome stop with history museum and army surplus shop
  • 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
  • It looks Beautiful apsolutly Lovley
  • Nostalgic, rich and highly addictive game from the emotional point of view. It's a sort of playground describing the World War II ... with some poetic license especially for the part of toys that are not exactly all of the time. Is not just a Museum of war in any case but also a Museum of industrial archaeology ... the shop with militaria is lovely to hang out especially if you have uncommon sizes
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  • Private museum, created by Mariano De Pasquale, a flower entrepreneur who, throughout his life, he collected a large amount of objects, tools and machines of all types and sizes. The site is very large and only partly occupied by the beautiful Museum. The endless post reclamation-style property with large green spaces free. Great is the endowment of services. Good is the restaurant, with typical dishes and food service. The restrooms are clean enough. The impression I got is that Marian's death, which occurred in 2006, everything has stopped (especially infrastructure maintenance) and that site paths for inertia under the impetus of its founder. Puttroppo, without innovation and improvement, I suspect that this website will be dedicated to decadence. The rides of the playground are old, worn and rusty. Bar with non-economic prices (the prices of ice cream are amended upwards by hand onto the Billboard, coffee a euro). Today, may day, my family and I, along with at least a thousand other people, we planned on spending the holiday in the Center and take advantage of the large green areas that in the past the structure provided for free. This did not happen, because, after many had occupied a patch of lawn to catch some Sun and eat a sandwich, they were abruptly expelled from staff why it had been decided to assert a disused and unreasonable rule, prohibiting the possibility to picnic on the boundless meadows. This is because it was possible to eat only on certain tables covered with surcharge. Now you can imagine the discomfort of many families with children and baskets that have seen the eviction order with little tact.
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