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little gem of a museum

This museum celebrates the life of Francesco Baracca. The exhibition comprehensive and well... read more

Reviewed 28 January 2017
Josef S
Fabulous museum!

My husband and I loved the museum! It has an accoustiguide in English with very detailed, clear... read more

Reviewed 11 October 2013
Lilia V
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28 Jan 2017
“little gem of a museum”
25 Nov 2013
“A bit of world war one”
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Via Francesco Baracca 65, 48022, Lugo, Italy
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Reviewed 28 January 2017

This museum celebrates the life of Francesco Baracca. The exhibition comprehensive and well designed. Exhibitions are in Italian and English. The temporary exhibit of era postcards was well displayed and interesting. The museum supervisor is helpful and proud of his museum.

Thank Josef S
Reviewed 26 November 2013

The museum is dedicated to the memories of Ten. Francesco Baracca, born in Lugo, and italian national hero of aviation in world war I. Very interesting the copy of his airplane, many original weapons, and other original things. Few people knows that the symbol of...More

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Reviewed 11 October 2013

My husband and I loved the museum! It has an accoustiguide in English with very detailed, clear explanations!!!! The artifacts are excellent and interesting! A special exhibit in the lobby of the museum--a Formula 1 racing car once driven by Schumacher was a total surprise!...More

Thank Lilia V
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