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Museo della Repubblica Romana e della Memoria Garibaldina, Rome
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Piccolo museo gratuito con custodi simpatici ed accoglienti. Il museo di per se è interessante e concepito per essere in parte anche multimediale, purtroppo molte dei video non sono funzionanti e di c... read more »Small free Museum with nice keepers. The museum itself is interesting and meant to be partly multimedia, video unfortunately many are unsuccessful and therefore also the "emotional journey" suffers. All in all I think we can do much more!show original
Museu pequeno e que contém a história e alguns pertences pessoais do Garibaldi e de sua esposa. Não lembro qual o valor paga na entrada, mas não acho que vale a pena.Small museum and contains the history and some personal belongings of Garibaldi and his wife. I don't remember what the value paid at the entrance, but I don't think it's worth.show original
Rinnovato per il 150mo anniversario dell'Unita' d'Italia, il piccolo Museo utilizza lo spazio limitato del torrione della Porta di San Pancrazio, nel cuore dei luoghi della tenace resistenza che la Re... read more »Renewed for the 150th anniversary of the unification of Italy, the small museum uses the limited space of the Tower of Porta di San Pancrazio, in the heart of the places of tenacious resistance that the Roman Republic, one of the finest episodes of the Risorgimento, was able to oppose for months at prevailing forces of various "Catholic powers" mobilized by the Pope King to be put back on the throne where in 1848 had been duly kicked. Red shirts bloodied, proclamations, relics of a beautiful page of our history. Too bad the whole interactive part face the water. The video of Ciceruacchio wouldn't start and it took the intervention of the janitor while the projection on the battle there was no way to see it despite the efforts of the willing and the Portuguese Fort orderlies. I see from the other reviews that my case of malfunctioning, Sunday March 6, is not isolated. Too bad! Garibaldi when he arrived in Rome, opposite to the excessive displays of jubilation of the people, he exclaimed "Romans, be serious!". Here it wouldn't be so bad if the person who has made meritorious and small Museum treasures of the lesson (still valid) and ran as it should be paid with the money of the taxpayer's equipment. If only for the respect owed to the fallen of the Gianicolo. F. Fransonishow original
Fabio GigliRoman Museum certainly offer the small museo di Porta San Pancrazio is distinguished by the ability to remember an episode symbolic of our national history, the short life of the Roman Republic, a utopian dream to which he enthusiastically l youth of the era, led by two of the founding fathers of our country, Garibaldi and Mazzini. If you scroll down the list of those who died in the defence of Rome are very young twenty-somethings like Dandolo, Manara, Mameli, Morosini. A fine example for the disappointed current generation. Another consideration that I have is that in the large family Garibaldi there was no chess master; all males were protagonists in varying degrees by much history even in the 20th century. I mean a nice Museum that is worth a look, followed by a walk in one of the most beautiful spots of the city, on the janiculum Hill.show original
Viscardo SquartiniThe stories and the characters of the Roman Republic are represented with very effective and engaging multimedia installations. Worth the visit.show original
Achille VenieroVery nice!show original
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