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Museum Ladin Ciastel de Tor

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sinaigirl wrote a review Oct 2019
Ohio826 contributions140 helpful votes
My husband and I toured this museum with an English speaking ear guide. It was raining hard that day...so the museum was quite crowded...every one trying to escape the rain. However, we were genuinely surprised at how good this museum was. We thoroughly enjoyed this very informative museum.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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ECirbus wrote a review Jan 2019
London, United Kingdom10 contributions2 helpful votes
Visiting the Ladin Museum at San Martino does definitely worth the time, very insightful and many interesting features which you would not find elsewhere. The building on its own is a wonderful historic castle at a scenic setting. If you would like to understand more about the natives of the Dolomites truly recommend to visit this museum.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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David C wrote a review Aug 2016
Cambridge, United Kingdom28 contributions21 helpful votes
We visited by bus from Corvara for a break in our mountain walking holiday and a different experience. The castle is very atmospheric and the displays on Ladin culture were cleverly set out. The museum becomes more interesting as you go through the upper floors - the most insightful sections on Ladin culture and way of life are at the top - trades, literature and political struggles. There are few visitors and the staff were welcoming and pleased to chat with us about the background to the museum. Great opportunity for coffee on the sun terrace. There was a first rate and very moving exhibition on the first world war fighting in the mountains on the lower floor of the new building - worth the trip for this alone. San Martino is a quiet, authentic working mountain village where we stopped at a local cafe in the square. It made a refreshing change from the tourist centres we were based in. Recommended unhesitatingly.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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AdventurersSouthWest wrote a review Jul 2016
Taunton, United Kingdom25 contributions17 helpful votes
We stopped here for a coffee during a cycle ride and the staff were very helpful and friendly. Stunning views and interesting history of the area.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Anna V wrote a review Feb 2016
Sfantu Gheorghe, Romania14 contributions
It is a really interesting museum. I'm sorry I didn't had enough time to go through everything. It was hard to understand the history behind the Ladins and sometimes the guide was too long
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Date of experience: February 2016
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