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Bunker Mooseum

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Jeroen Van Gremberghen wrote a review Jul 2019
Escharen, The Netherlands11 contributions1 helpful vote
Really nice museum with both information about the origine of the region aswell as the bunker complex during the second world war. Bonus was the vieuw on top of the complex and the animals outside.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Y.S. wrote a review Jul 2018
53 contributions6 helpful votes
If you are ever in Moso/Moos, make sure you visit the Bunker Mooseum. It's absolutely worth it, we spent an hour and half there. The museum was built during WWII, but the museum is not a war museum, instead it has some very interesting exhibitions about the history of Südtirol. There is also an Alpine goat sanctuary, we spent a lot of time watching them outside the bunker. Fascinating.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Tualie wrote a review Jun 2017
Varese, Italy1,093 contributions289 helpful votes
This is a bunker built by Mussolini during the WWII days turned museum; host a bit of everything: local geology, history, fauna & flora etc. A large topographic map of the area can be seen at the ground floor, displays of info and artifacts from the prehistoric days, photos and when climbing the spiral stairs (inside!) there are some acoustic effects depicting the war days… can be claustrophobic the experience. Instead of taking the internal (claustrophobic) stairs, outdoor stairs are available where breathtaking views and captive ibexes can be seen.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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simonor11 wrote a review Aug 2016
St Columb Major, United Kingdom15 contributions2 helpful votes
We spent about an hour here. It covers not just the bunker but some very interesting presentations about the geology, history and natural history also in English. The tour ends with the ibex enclosure which seems really clean and large. I hadn't realised that the ibex was virtually extinct in the Alps. Not too easy to find. They are building an underground car park which we did park in but was half finished. Not sure if that's for the attraction or village. No refreshments at the attraction but I did see a cafe close by.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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anthony f wrote a review Jul 2012
Winchester, United Kingdom20 contributions18 helpful votes
Very informative and well laid out with loads of information in three languages including English
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Date of experience: June 2012
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