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The purpose of this museum of First World is to represent the war events and their human and social influences. After an introduction on the First World War, attention is focused on the events on the War front along the Isonzo: besides the weapons...more
This great Museum can be found in the Castle of Gorizia sitting on a hilltop offering a good view of the surrounding landscape. We visited the exhibitions with family and friends, and all of us found it well organized and very informative. It was the...More
Few British people know much if anything about the Southern Front conflict in WW1 between Italian and Austrian troops. This wonderful museum captures the full horror of the fighting with photos, weapons and reconstructions of trench warfare. It includes an amazing collection of cartoons published...More
Located in the centre of Gorizia on a small hill (fyi, Gorizia means 'small hill') and reachable only by car or walking, this museum shows us a part of this town that is very difficult to know otherwise: WWI and its tragic consequences. Detailed information,...More
We are both interested in the First World War which is why we made a day trip to Gorizia from Trieste to visit this museum - its a twenty five minute walk from the station. We were not disappointed - the displays looked to us...More
We were lent an English language guide to the various rooms of the exhibition, but later discovered that the museum has produced an excellent guidebook - Guide to the Great War Museum: lest we forget, which is available for purchase at the entrance desk.
We visited Gorizia because it is mentioned in Hemingway's book, and we read it had a WWI Museum. The Museum of the Great War was superb. Sometimes these local museums are too much or too little, or too academic or too fascile. The Museum of...More
It is a great place! Dominates above P.Vittoria and it is interesting to climbe up to it.
There were few exhibitions and all were great! Belle Epoque military uniforms and in particular Charlstone area dresses. Really must see when in this area. Staff is more...More
My review concerns only the "War Museum", because I've only seen this.
Although in my opinion it is not up - for museological quality - the similar Museums I've seen in Rovereto (Italy) and in Kobarid (Slovenia), it is still decent, and allows an adequate...More