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A lovely little church which has been turned into a museum commemorating the Gothic Line of World War Two. We visited just before the services of remembrance for the liberation of the area and ribbons were being put up to decorate. There are good displays...More
The museum includes boards in English but they seem muddled and confusing about the order of events in the battle. There aren't many maps explaining the overall strategy. This was the last museum on our pilgrimage and so we could piece it together although if...More