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Museo Aviotruppe Esercito Italiano, Pisa

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  • My less than stellar visit was probably mostly my fault for misinterpreting Tripadvisor’s extraordinarily stellar reviews and not noting that very few reviews were written in English. Clearly, the... 
    My less than stellar visit was probably mostly my fault for misinterpreting Tripadvisor’s extraordinarily stellar reviews and not noting that very few reviews were written in English. Clearly, the...  more »
  • This is an interesting museum showcasing the history of the Italian army’s parachute regiment. The collection is vast and organised in c. 9 rooms travelling through history starting in the first... 
    This is an interesting museum showcasing the history of the Italian army’s parachute regiment. The collection is vast and organised in c. 9 rooms travelling through history starting in the first...  more »
  • Very interesting visit, my 14 year old boy enjoyed it a lot. We have been guided by a very helpful soldier, who answered to a lot of question from my boy. Worth it a stop by! 
    Very interesting visit, my 14 year old boy enjoyed it a lot. We have been guided by a very helpful soldier, who answered to a lot of question from my boy. Worth it a stop by!  more »
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  • An amazing hidden jem! Worth visiting. Entrance is free, hosts are friendly, if you are lucky you can visit in the sound of music played by the military band in the barracks nearby. A wonderful experience.
  • Very good museum. Good display with English translations on most. Small arms displayed from various armies. Pictures, uniforms, equipment and artefacts well presented. Museum has obvious pride in their military pedigree and 100+ year history. Gives different perspective than the usual Allied WWII view of Italian Division's abilities. Spend 1.5 hours or more here. Entry is free but you can leave a donation.
  • A really cool museum full of nice memorabilia , for example the Italian folgore unit also participated in the liberation of Europe from the Nazis and although this story is unknown , in the museum you can get to know the history of the herring operation . Many thumbs up to the guide Pietro who happens to be a wonderful person !
  • Nice museum. One soldier guide me and tell me in english everything.
  • Extraordinary museum, well organized and well structured both inside and outside. Free and open from 9 to 17 on weekdays; Saturday and Sunday by reservation. Inaugurated in 2002, it is a museum full of relics, weapons, uniforms from wars to the present day; I was fascinated by the many details that the staff have been able to collect and display over the years. There are also multimedia rooms explaining the history and various maps depicting various episodes of battles. Hands-on demonstrations with mannequins of trenches and wounded collection points caught my attention a lot

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