Bunker Soratte, Sant'Oreste

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  • An experience that travels between two halves of the same thin red line. From 1937 to the 1960s, the excellent guide traces the history of a hideout - thought of by fascism, occupied by Nazism during World War II - but also of an anti-atomic base where life was to be preserved and continued. Good reconstruction of the furnishings, suggestive of the set-up. A special acclaim to those who dedicate their lives to reconstructing the history of a territory wounded, abandoned and finally renewed. With the fifth and fourth classes of the IIS ALDO MORO, a didactic visit a short walk from home... to be absolutely redone!
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  • Unique place from a historical point of view. The association that manages it has done (and continues to perform) an incredible research and reconstruction of environments. Perfect organization, booking made by e-mail they answered me quickly. Our guide Vincenzo has proved well prepared and fun even in exposing topics not really affordable for everyone. The visit lasted about 2 hours. The bunker is well-landed, illuminated and the galleries are wide. We covered about 1 km and a half flat (except very few steps placed inside). It is recommended comfortable shoes and clothing suitable to protect against moisture. You certainly won't be disappointed. Tanks and a missile that will not pass indifferent to the little ones!
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  • Exceptional Experience of high historical value NOT to forget that the Fascist madness brought us to ruin and that praising the hatred of man against man creates only death and destruction. Live on 25 April the Liberation
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  • The visit to the Bunker is like a journey through time that starts in 1937 and reaches almost to our days. Exciting. Congratulations to all the guys who run this place. The guided tour provides a wealth of historical and technical knowledge provided by the very well-prepared guides. Almost 2 hours of time travel compared to an entrance ticket of 10 euros. I highly recommend it.
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