The Liberation Memorial Museum exploits the materials gathered in sixty years of research to set up an exhibition extremely rich in teaching and emotional contents. The museum’s displays have been setup with attention to historical exactness and realism, with the expert help by the Institute for Cultural Activities of the Emilia Romagna region, enveloping visitors with the sound and sights of some landmark wartime occurrences in and around Bologna.

The visit also includes the screening of “Bologna Combat”, with footage filmed by Edo Ansaloni on the day Bologna was liberated in April 1945, as well as an extensive collection of historical vehicles and a reconstruction of the trains used to deport Jewish citizens to the German concentration camps.

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