Museo Storico Italiano della Guerra, Rovereto

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Museo Storico Italiano della Guerra is located in Rovereto. Put Museo Storico Italiano della Guerra and other Rovereto attractions into our Rovereto itinerary builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • This place is lovely is immaculately maintained. We went there with the kids and have watched and followed the movies ... To see
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  • The frame is a medieval castle to Rovereto, in the hard-fought history of this land. Crossways, crossroads of civilizations and land battle of world war two. In the castle the testimonials with objects, pictures and words that make you think. In 900 the Castle caves were a safe haven for the population of Rovereto when they sounded the sirens of the curfew ... for this i thank People getting their Castle. (that's what I told my dad) ... From there I allungherei at the Bar the two columns, bar restaurant very close to the Castle (walk 2 minutes) a bar of another era that has kept the charm of history, coffee is a classic but the food I do not know how it is! Enjoy your visit.
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  • The Museum primarily on World War I, contains many objects like, weapons, artillery, explosives, equipment and uniforms, everything kept amazingly well, you will also find rare items for fans like Villar Perosa, the revolver Gasser, MP18 and much more. Inside there are also pavilions with 800 rifles and even equipment and armour and blades of the Renaissance.
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  • It use to be a cool but now they got rid of all the cool items "rare guns,swords, and medical instruments." . All there is there now is some italian officer uniforms a hand full of swords and guns "nothing special." They do however do still charge full price to see that. I would avoid it till they get their items back.
  • Courteous staff. Great spaces. Routes clearly marked. View composed of multiple pieces, with caption. Easily accessible by children.
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  • A vast collection of war relics, with some unique pieces. More of armaments is perhaps worth pausing to read newspapers, proclamations and propaganda leaflets, to soak up the atmosphere of the time.
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  • the recent renovations have made it even more interesting. a hymn to the madness of war.
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  • Beautiful Museum focusing on the great war, very well done, with explanations and pictures and artifacts. Incredible State of arms, also lead and medieval age. Beautiful view of the Castle. Nice idea of "hunt artefacts" just for kids. Not to be missed!
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