Museo del Risorgimento e della Resistenza, Ferrara
(4.1/5 based on 100 reviews on the web)
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  • Located in Corso Ercole I d'Este, in the heart of the Addizione Erculea designed by Biagio Rossetti, the Museum, practically attached to the famous diamond Palace, is not so well known, but also thanks to some promotions linked to the most famous, or the beautiful Museomix initiative held just inside in November 2016, is being reevaluated and this could not please me. Quite small, but well organized, sometimes temporary hosts such as that on education during the Fascist period, visited a few years ago, and most importantly, it exposes the original documents that testify to a history that should not be missed as the bearer of fundamental values.
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  • In this museum there are historical documents, very many from the late 18th century to the mid-20th century. The provision is not always ideal but the material is extraordinary.
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  • Ferrara is not usually known for a prominent role in Italian history of the last two centuries, though the city has the merit of having been able to set up this interesting little Museum and very comprehensive national events since the beginning of the end of World War II, also with trespassing into the present (see the current exhibition on pacifism). Despite the limited nature of the spaces, the relics are many and interesting, and there is a huge amount of documents enclosed in folders easily accessible without damaging them (I never expected to find in Ferrara the manifesto on the inauguration of the train Roma-Civitavecchia 1859 has been ...) In short, little known and little known, yet to be discovered. Very friendly staff and low prices, further reducible for exhibition ticket on Ariosto underway in the adjacent Palazzo dei Diamanti.
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  • Molto interessante
  • Really rich in documents, would not be enough one week visit to see all
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  • Interesting glimpse into the history of the Italian resistance.
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