Museo Monumento Al Deportato, Carpi

(4.6/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
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  • It was a place of passage short layover before departing for major concentration camps. Memorial site to not repeat the Holocaust.
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  • A memorial to deportees of World War II designed and desired by the architect. Belgioso the milanese studio BBPR, who had experienced firsthand the deportation. I recommend it to all adults and families. Not to be missed, not to forget.
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  • For those interested in history of the twentieth century is a place to visit and it offers much food for thought. A place to remember, a place that everyone should know.
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  • Go to Carpi without going to this museum is unthinkable. History must be kept alive, and in this place you will have the opportunity to understand what our grandparents were left fighting and dying for an ideal. The Museum monument to the deported in Carpi is a historical Museum on the deportation and concentration camps.
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  • Extremely interesting and touching. Martina evaluation strikes me that believes the Museum interesting from a cultural point of view, but that "it fascinates him. I'd like to know what is not fascinating to discover that there are people who have fought to the death for their own and others ' ideals (including our own), laying the foundations for a future of democracy and freedom, sacrificing everything: their history, their present and their future, to allow us to live what they fought and perhaps then we can preserve. I'd like to know Martina what she captivated by the passion and idealism of these people, and then, all human suffering perpetrated by then and now, which is repeated in the new wars and fields of "modern concentration camp" for pride, interest of part and stupidity of everyone. The Museum of the deported serves as testimony to a past, but also to keep alive that feeling that allows us to recognize among us indifference, violence, oppression, lack of freedom of expression, voting, of choices ... and to prevent all this from happening again. A hug to all Martine the world:-)
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  • Beautiful Museum beautifully maintained and touching, are many findings and evidence of this terrible period
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  • To remember what she had touched up close
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  • Important historic and symbolic level but I don't personally fascinates me.
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