Museo della Repubblica Romana e della Memoria Garibaldina, Rome

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  • It’s a tiny museum. If you are interested in Garibaldi and the story of his period, then it’s the place. It’s very small and can be visited in less than an hour. If you are near Fontana Paola, Gianico...  more »
  • Museum set up recently (was opened on 17 March 2011 on the occasion of the celebration of 150 º anniversary of the unification of Italy) which collects interesting memorabilia. Next to the headquarters of the Association led by him.
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  • Nice Museum in Porta San Pancrazio. Recalls the exploits of Garibaldi and others, with sacrifice and patriotic spirit led to the unification of Italy and the Republic
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  • Cozy small museo, shows small video with story of local people and history of Rome
  • interesting place
  • Small, but charming, also often organizes events with free admission.
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  • A museum to visit, During the dramatic events of the spring and early summer of 1849, when French troops attacked militarily the Roman Republic by placing the city under siege for an entire month, Porta San Pancrazio played an important role in the desperate defense of Rome led by Giuseppe Garibaldi. In memory of that heroic resistance, for which they sacrificed their lives men like Emilio Dandolo, Luciano Manara, Goffredo Mameli, on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the unification of Italy, Porta San Pancrazio becomes home to a museum dedicated to the Roman Republic of 1849 and tradition garibaldina. Evocative place, the door is also a privileged point of reading historical-monumental area of the Gianicolo and the tough battle today retains wide monumental level memory. The current porta San Pancrazio, located on the Hill of Gianicolo janiculum in the perimeter of the walls was built in 1854-57 urbaniane or by architect Virginio Vespignani on the ruins of the port created by Marcantonio De Rossi in 1648 and partially destroyed during the war of 1849. In turn, the seventeenth-century door had replaced the ancient porta Aurelia that opened in the fence of the Aurelian Walls slightly further back than than today. On April 19, 1951 the City Government gave the National Association of veterans and Veterans Partisans for the construction of the Museum. At the same time began sorting the materials and documents for the establishment of the Museum was opened to the public in 1976 with two sections: the first regarding the history of the Risorgimento and the second the history of Garibaldi and the events of the Italian partisan Garibaldi Division.
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  • Fascinating and free. Historical memory of the city. Well maintained.
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