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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...more
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Via De Utris | De Utris Palace, 86079 Venafro, Italy
One of the best WWII museums I have ever visited. Many displays are set up to show you what it actually would have been like in the mountains around Venafro, complete with backgrounds that are pictures of the actual places where foxholes and machine gun...More
Great museum. Luciano has done a great job of putting this collection together. He is very knowledgeable.
This is a must see if your relatives we're in volved or we're civilians in these areas.
It was a little hard to find but worth the effort.
This museum really is amazing it has so many interesting pieces and is expertly put together.
The Owner is really accommodating and very noligable which made out visit even better.
its located in the actual place it all took place and is wonderful town to...More
The WinterLine Museum in Venafro is, without doubt, the best introduction to the six months of fighting between October 1943 and May 1944 to be found in the region. The extraordinary result of 30 years of battlefield exploration and salvage by Luciano Bucci and a...More
The museum is privately run and tells the story of the Winterline defences of the Mignano Gap (midway between Naples and Rome) during the winter of 1943/44 through the presentation of a collection of material evidence. Whilst it is essentially a private collection of artefacts...More
The museum is only open on a Sunday once a Month, but the guys running it are usually happy to open it up at other times if you give them a call.
They speak English too and are so enthusiastic about the museum they have...More
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
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
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