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Civico Museo della Guerra per la Pace Diego de Henriquez, Trieste
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mi è piaciuto molto! i due piani sono allestiti partendo dal periodo pre- prima guerra mondiale fino ad arrivare agli anni '60. l' ho trovato interessante perché ricco di documenti , articoli, pubblic... read more »I loved it! the two floors are arranged starting from the pre-WWI period up to the years ' 60. I found it interesting because full of documents, articles, advertisements, political ads of the time. the only flaw is that I visited on a sweltering July day and the air conditioning was broken (we were alerted after buying your ticket): I think in there had been 40 degrees ... I hope I have it repaired;)show original
Finalmente Trieste ha voluto riconoscere con un museo l'immensa raccolta (a sue spese) di Diego de Henriquez di materiale bellico delle due guerre mondiali. Ci sono ancora una ventina di mezzi non esp... read more »Finally Trieste gave recognition to a museum the immense collection (at his own expense) by Diego de Henriquez of military supplies of the two world wars. There are still some twenty unexposed media that will be made available to the public within the next year. Is worth a look, matching it to the natural history museum afterall.show original
Il materiale esposto nel museo é di gran pregio ed interesse, ma non corrisponde che ad una minuscola parte della collezione complessiva (che si prevede di poter destinare al pubblico con il restauro ... read more »The material on display in the Museum is of great value and interest, but does not match that of a tiny part of the overall collection (which you expect to be able to allocate to the public with the restoration of surrounding buildings). On the ground floor are kept weapons and vehicles of World War I (in some cases also used the second, especially the artillery pieces). The second is the history of war, from the great war until the Treaty of Osimo, as well as the personal story of m. De Henriquez. Overall very very interesting.show original
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