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WinterLine Venafro

Via De Utris | De Utris Palace, 86079 Venafro, Italy
+39 339 701 4272
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Wonderful, most unique WW2 museum in Italy and an amazing curator..!!

I have been a WW2 history lover for many years. My passion for the history of the worst war in... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Armaniexeter
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Exeter
Hidden Jewel for Lovers of History, Especially WW2 History!!!

Last Summer while visiting with my cousins in Italy, we visited this great little museum. I did not... read more

Reviewed 20 February 2018
Tony B
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Newmarket, Canada
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Second World War Museum dedicated to the central Italy campaign, november 1943 - march 1944. The Winterline was a defense line just before the Gustav Line, the Museum offer an unique view on uniforms, weapons and documents about the battlefields of Volturno River, San Pietro, Mignano, Venafro and surrounding places. A huge collection of original items found on battlefields and well exposed by the owners of the museum.
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Via De Utris | De Utris Palace, 86079 Venafro, Italy
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+39 339 701 4272
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I have been a WW2 history lover for many years. My passion for the history of the worst war in human mankind came from my adoration for my uncle who, during the war, was heavily involved in the African and Italian campaigns with the British...More

1  Thank Armaniexeter
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Reviewed 20 February 2018

Last Summer while visiting with my cousins in Italy, we visited this great little museum. I did not know what to expect and I was completely blown away with the collection of WW2 items. It is housed the old wine cellars of a government owned...More

1  Thank Tony B
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Reviewed 15 October 2017

A very interesting and detailed collection of WWII military equipment. It includes uniforms, ammunitions, communication facilities, health services and personal hygiene items. The exhibition is well organized with various hints, photos and videos capable of reconstructing and depicting the historical events or background, which characterized...More

1  Thank Rinaldo P
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Reviewed 14 September 2017 via mobile

Brilliant, specially considering the way it has been put together in the spare time of a group of enthusiasts.

1  Thank Phillip N
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Reviewed 8 September 2017 via mobile

This is a fantastic museum just near an old Norman Castle in Venafro, right along the Allied armies' path to Cassino, and eventually Rome. My group had heard that the museum was comprised of nothing but battlefield relics found by the curator and his friends...More

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Reviewed 25 July 2017

The First Special Service Force was a joint unit made up of Canadian and American volunteers. They were called "The Black Devils". They were highly trained, brave, tough and determined men whose missions were always high risk. Now that we are posted to Italy, my...More

Thank Claudia F
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Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

I use the word speechless to describe this museum. Words cannot explain how TRULY AMAZING it is. This is truly something that needs to be seen to understand and appreciate. My family and I travelled from the United States (Washington state) with knowledge of what...More

Thank BA K
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Reviewed 9 July 2017

The Winter Line Museum in Venafro is a MUST see!! Please take a moment to look at some of these photographs. This museum was put together by Luciano Bucci who collected and researched for 25 years. Today, he gave us a private tour. In one...More

Thank GlasgowMichaela
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Reviewed 17 July 2016

My husband and I are interested in WWll memorabilia because my Dad fought at Iwo Jima during the war. This museum is unbelievable..Luciana and his friends have collected so so much memorabilia from the hills near their town. They made scenes to show the military...More

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Reviewed 30 April 2016 via mobile

Museum contains the collection of a few people who began collecting things from the hills of Venafro after world War II. It is a wonderfully simple, yet powerful view of how the war affected this region without judgement. I hope you get to meet Luciano...More

Thank Karen C
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