Museo e Rifugi S.M.I, San Marcello Pistoiese

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  • The museum is one of the most important museums and war memorials of this area. It concentrates some of the most iconic buildings of the Second World War.  more »
  • I didn't know what to expect here. The guide was very good and passionate about his subject. The history was ver interesting. We did a tour of the museum and then we went into the underground hospital...  more »
  • Very interesting unusual visit, guided weapons and ammunition factory S excellently! Although we are not lovers of war, we were impressed with the technology and the precision of this establishment that made the history of Italy and beyond. Here was built the first trans-Pacific cable, the first House with solar panels (1952) the components of Olivetti typewriters etc. The factory in the years of greatest activity was counting 8,000 workers living with their families to this beautiful spot in the Woods. Today is closed but open at the price of just €7, along with the impressive air-raid shelters. Too bad the mass tourism has not yet discovered!
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