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So, trekked by foot the 30 min to get here. The exhibit is quite moving and you will see something you've never seen before, but it loses some of its impact if your Italian is not up to scratch (as you miss the effect of...More
I walked all the way from the train station. Remember it was June. Very hot. It was hard to find the place with many contradicting boards. On reaching there, I found it closed and was told it would not open that day at all by...More
Informative museum detailing the crash of Itavia Flight 870. The documentary material in the video room is unfortunately only in Italian (no subtitles), but even if you do not understand Italian, the museum will give you a sense of the great loss of life. Few...More
It's a short bus ride the other side of the station and the a small walk to the site of the old tram depot. The are sign posts and I didn't have too much trouble finding it with a map.
You are handed a piece...More
I had no idea about the Ustica crash before visiting Bologna - but the museum was behind our hotel, so we visited on Sunday afternoon, and were simply blindsided by it.
A very simple space, the whole exhibit is part memorial, part art installation, part...More
I went to the Museo per la memoria di ustica on a Saturday and the entry was free. It is a very small museum but it is worth the walk (about 10mins from Bologna Centrale). I suggest that you put this as your last item...More
Me and my partner love visiting various Italian cities, we appreciate the food/drink, culture, old architecture and of courses all the churches and cathedrals. However, if you are visiting Bologna, you must go to this museum! It's totally unique, emotional and touching. Do be warned,...More