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Un'esperienza fantastica, non da perdere per gli storici dillettanti!

Antonino ci ha dati un'esperianza fantastica, raccontandoci le storie particolari di varie pezzi... read more

Reviewed 3 April 2016
John S
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Rome, Italy
Brillant

Well worth the trip to see this unique collection of world war 2 artefacts and uniforms. The host... read more

Reviewed 14 January 2016
LoubyI
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Melbourne, Australia
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3 Apr 2016
“Un'esperienza fantastica, non da perdere per gli storici dillettanti!”
13 Jan 2016
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Via Sorda Sampieri 46/D | Il museo è aperto al pubblico previa prenotazione., 97015, Modica, Sicily, Italy
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Reviewed 3 April 2016

Antonino ci ha dati un'esperianza fantastica, raccontandoci le storie particolari di varie pezzi nella sua collezione. Fare un "tour guidata" dato dal curatore ed raccoltatore e' stato un'evento unico perche' Antonino poteva personalizare l'itinerario informatico secondo le nostre domande ed interesse. (Scusate il mio Italiano!)...More

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Reviewed 14 January 2016 via mobile

Well worth the trip to see this unique collection of world war 2 artefacts and uniforms. The host was superb and was so knowledgable about all the pieces he showed us. The most interesting history lesson I've ever had. Make sure you ring and book...More

Thank LoubyI
Reviewed 11 August 2015

A great collection of world war 2 memorbilia, the tour guide is also the owner and is very passionate and knowledgable and provides great insight into the history of the items in the collection.The cost to enter is well worth the money to see the...More

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Reviewed 20 June 2014

The owner, Andrea, will meet you there and show you around. Absolutely full of WW11 memorabilia, really interesting.

Thank kitnsimon
Reviewed 30 November 2013 via mobile

Call before you visit this fabulous collection of WWII uniforms, medals, etc. The owner will meet you at the museum which is located in an apartment building. It is well worth the effort to see this personal collection.

Thank Jim C
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