Museo della Memoria e dell'Accoglienza, Santa Maria al Bagno
(4/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Museo della Memoria e dell'Accoglienza is located in Santa Maria al Bagno. Use our Nardo vacation planner to visit Museo della Memoria e dell'Accoglienza on your trip to Nardo, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Suitable from elementary up to discover an unknown part of the after war and transit camps who welcomed Jews survivors from concentration camps and extermination and that through Italy, having lost everything, attempted the journey of hope towards Palestine. The Museum collects photos, three murals created by a Jewish artist hosted in 46-47 period and a video with eyewitness accounts of survivors who were welcomed in this small fishing village. 3000 displaced in a community of not even 100 souls hosted with a requisition (Pacific seeds) of second homes of well-heeled Apulian with the "guests imposed" knew but civil building reports. One way to read the current stories of hospitality.
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  • It's nice to know a small part, but relevant, recent history of countries that welcome you for a few days. You can learn many things
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  • Congratulations to the town of Nardò and its inhabitants for accepting a persecuted people then and a place of memory today. A must see for anyone who wants to understand the magic of Salento beyond the sea and entertainment districts.
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  • The Museum of memory is a collection of historical presence in Santa Maria al Bagno of Jewish refugees. Admission is free and there are also many little curiosity about the neretina coastline with historical photos of St. Mary. The visit lasts a few minutes. Dont miss it.
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  • A small museum that explains well the reception of the Jews in this corner of Puglia during the second world war. Entry free just pay attention to schedules
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