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This was an unexpected find while wandering the Citadel. The exhibit is immersive and informative. The video and exhibits are helpful to provide context and information about the magazine, the battery, cisterns and the unofficial shelters. Worth checking out if you're in the area and...More
This doesn't seem advertised much but you will stumble across it as you wander the Cittadella. It isn't very big but has so much interesting things. The gun battery stuck out on a platform from the Cittadella...the narrow passages and old WW2 refuges...and then the...More
This is an excellent place to go as it's enjoyable and free. A young employee Preistley, who was very knowledgeable and friendly, personally told us all about the history and showed us around. His passion towards the history and the area made it interesting. I...More
Highly recommended interior space to explore in the Citadel which has the rare benefit of being free. It should the impressive silos used to store water and grain to help villagers fed during attacks. There are also WWII shelters in there. You'll learn if you...More
This was a pleasant surprise during an already interesting visit to the Citadella. Although free, a donation is expected so take some coins or small value note. Information sheets in different languages are available. The WWII shelters are unbelievably claustrophobic but the silos are amazing!...More
- A pretty interesting however small exhibition
- You can walk into the centre of the huge silos, the pathway is very narrow, certainly not for those who are claustrophobic.
- Great view of the island
- The angry guy
We went into...More
As mentioned in my separate Citadel review, this is a small but self-contained attraction within the Citadel in Victoria. It sits off to one side of the main plaza and is guarded by a friendly older gentleman who will give you a guide sheet and...More