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Memoriale Della Shoah Di Milano

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During WW II, Jews, Roma and the disabled were deported to Nazi death camps from this hidden... read more

Reviewed September 12, 2018
Antonio8069
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Los Angeles, California
Very moving in its simplicity

Although directly located below the Central Train Station, there is no mention of the museum at the... read more

Reviewed September 9, 2018
AdventureBiker21
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Westchester County, NY
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Reviewed September 12, 2018

During WW II, Jews, Roma and the disabled were deported to Nazi death camps from this hidden platform under Milan central train station. Yes, the exhibit is both stark and jarring. But disappointing? How can one describe this as disappointing?? What did you expect? This...More

Date of experience: September 2018
3  Thank Antonio8069
Reviewed September 9, 2018 via mobile

Although directly located below the Central Train Station, there is no mention of the museum at the Station. You must go outside the station and enter through a separate entrance guarded by armed soldiers. The museum show the original cattle cars and tracks used to...More

Date of experience: September 2018
5  Thank AdventureBiker21
Reviewed April 30, 2018

I was expecting more exhibits and with English notes. I believe that the exhibition is developing but I felt was a bit thin. The experience of entering the cattle trucks used to transport the Jews to the concentration camps was very moving and made you...More

Date of experience: April 2018
2  Thank 369heather
Reviewed April 10, 2018 via mobile

Although we struggled to find this memorial we were eventually helped and instructed to find the entrance around the corner from the station. It is a little confusing as it is stated that it is on platform 21 yet it is not actually accessible from...More

Date of experience: April 2018
3  Thank Mary B
Reviewed April 5, 2018

We learned about the history & memorial from a leaflet at our hotel. Our visit coincided with a large group of students. Their teachers were trying here & there to 'shuush' the talking of the youngers; but the chatter, again, evoked what must've been a...More

Date of experience: April 2018
7  Thank DecafSorry
Reviewed March 25, 2018

It helps you reflect about a not so distant past. I feel a must to vist it , it is really moving and transmits you the idea of how it was for a jew (and others) during the war.

Date of experience: March 2018
3  Thank august834
Reviewed March 18, 2018

I found this museum to be be one of the saddest places I've ever been; I had no idea until we went to Milan that the railway station had been used to transport people to the concentration camps. The platforms are still there, along with...More

Date of experience: March 2018
3  Thank SaraCorner
Reviewed July 6, 2017

It was a bit difficult to find but someone at Milan Centrale Station directed us around the corner and down the street to the entrance which was guarded by two Soldiers. We have been to many Shoah Memorials as well as Concentration Camp sites. This...More

Date of experience: June 2017
12  Thank roe15
Reviewed November 8, 2016 via mobile

Found by chance, close to my hotel. Extremely surprised at the size and creativity of this memorial. Main caveat is that all plaques are Italian only, so for a thorough visit, use a guide or brochure.

Date of experience: November 2016
2  Thank rond49
Reviewed April 5, 2016 via mobile

Very interesting and well put together exhibition. Not that easy to find and armed guards at the door Really brings home the atrocities of the Holocaust and the huge 'indifference' carving very apt

Date of experience: April 2016
2  Thank Denyse B
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