38080 Spiazzo Rendena
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Founded in 1973 by two cousins, Giovanni Pellizzari and Sergio Collini, in memory of the soldiers lost during World War I, this museum contains a collection of artifacts left behind on the glaciers of Mount Adamello during the War of Wars.
War material, personal effects, clothing, sleds, skis, which, together with a large collection of documents, photographs and books, offer visitors a recorded history of the events of World War I. Formed as a Cultural Association, the museum was recently recognized by the Province of Trento as a Permanent Exhibit.
Every afternoon from 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm, closed on Mondays. From 10th July to 10th September
Entry : € 3.00, free for minors and holders of Trentino Guest Card
Info: +39 0465 880091 - + 39 328 467 8827; firstname.lastname@example.org
Info: + 39 328 467 8827; email@example.com
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