Museo Storico dello Sbarco in Sicilia 1943, Catania

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Featuring multiple galleries and exhibits about the landing of the Allied forces in Sicily, Museo Storico dello Sbarco in Sicilia 1943 brings history to life. See photos, newspaper clippings, and artifacts from World War II, and delve into the history surrounding the devastation that occurred in Sicily in 1943. The museum presents information on the events of the war and its effects on the lives of the local people. Experience an air raid in an interactive simulation, and make your way through the rest of the museum for a fuller understanding of these events. Make Museo Storico dello Sbarco in Sicilia 1943 part of your personalized Catania itinerary using our Catania online trip itinerary builder.
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  • Well-intentioned museum, but if the objective is to reach an international audience, not just Italians, there needs to be a language option. English tends to be the international common denominator...  more »
  • If you read about Operation Husky (the invasion of Sicily by the Allied forces in July of 1943) you may learn about the movement of armed forces and their casualties. What you might not be exposed to....  more »
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  • AMAZING MUSEUM! Absolutely astonishing! It's beautiful, well made and very informative. The only downside is that it is mostly in Italian and it sometimes misses the English translations which made it hard to keep up for us. Still a recommendation though
  • A very good museum about the allied invasion of Sicily and of Sicily at war. There were exhibits of all the major groups involved including a Canadian division. I didn't know anything about Sicily in WW2 . You go through the exhibits in order. It starts with a short movie with background information up to just before the invasion. Then you go through so recreations of Sicily at that time including an interesting minute is a recreation of a bomb shelter. I would say about half the stuff was in Italian and English, and half Italian only. It was good though and I learned a lot. If you can it is worth a visit.
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