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Museo del Risorgimento e della Resistenza

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Riding the E-Bike, this tour leads to the discovery of the Villas of the Riviera, elegant country residences dating back to the era of Venetian nobility.<br>In the fountain of Villa Pisani in Strà, it is not difficult to imagine the memories of times gone by from the reflections of the elegant residence.<br>Cycling along the Brenta River, the natural beauty of the Riviera del Brenta accompanies you to the trattoria for lunch.<br>In the afternoon, the simplicity of the architectural forms of Villa Widmann Rezzonico welcomes visitors. Inside, the large mirrors and chandeliers of fine Venetian workmanship reflect the elegant taste of the nobility who lived in<br>these beautiful rooms.<br>In Villa Foscarini Rossi, the halls preserve the ancient furnishings and house the collection of the Rossimoda Museum: through unique footwear discover the history of Venetian costume and Italian high fashion. In the delightful<br>Barchessa Barbarigo, a guided tasting invites you on a journey through local delicacies.
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Oana C wrote a review Sep 2019
Bucharest, Romania545 contributions75 helpful votes
If you are interested to find details about the life of the soldiers from the italian Army this museum is the best place. You will find guns, clothes, phones, flags, maps and many other thinks used in war. The park of this museum it is beautiful and you could make a walk from museum to Villa Rotonda.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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TerryfromToledo wrote a review Oct 2018
Laguna Beach, California368 contributions136 helpful votes
Relics from the history of Vicenza's resistance to foreign and domestic invaders. Artillery outside and arms and uniforms inside. It wasn't crowded on a Sunday morning and we spent about an hour.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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michael P wrote a review Jul 2017
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My wife and I toured this museum. We were happy with the free admission and the experience was good. There was one person working there and pointed us in the direction of the exibits that included 3 levels. There is a wealth of local and regional historic information available but we could only glean a small fraction off the Italian written plaques about the artifacts. It was worth our time, and shame on me for not studying more Italian. We exited the building and was pleasantly surprised with a walking trail including one that winds all the way down the foothill with several great views including two of a cathedral.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Peasantfood wrote a review Apr 2017
Adelaide, Australia733 contributions161 helpful votes
Visited Easter Monday. Lovely spot with beautiful gardens, very helpful staff, amazing views back over the sanctuary and church. Very quiet, interesting displays.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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PJandSJ wrote a review Sep 2016
Matlock, United Kingdom1,235 contributions229 helpful votes
We visited the museum as an extension of our walk from the centre of Vicenza to the Santuario della Madonna di Monte Berico. The walk took about 10 minutes or so from the church. Unfortunately, we arrived at the entrance just over 15 minutes before the museum closed for lunch (why do the Italians close so many places of interest for 2 or 3 hours at lunchtime!?). But we didn’t mind too much because our admission was included with the Vicenza Museum card and so was effectively free. This was just as well, because no concessions were made for those who couldn’t speak (or at least read) Italian. All the explanatory notices were in Italian, which makes a visit to the museum pretty much a waste of time for many overseas tourists. This is a bit sad, because several of the exhibits looked potentially interesting … but only for those who could read the descriptions! If the museum wants to attract more overseas visitor, then descriptions accompanying the displays need to be not just in Italian. It is for this reason, and this reason only, that we’ve given the attraction the score that we have.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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