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Museo della Marineria

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Via Carlo Armellini 18, 47042, Cesenatico Italy
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La Romagna del Pirata - Self-Guided Tour on the places of Pantani 6days / 5nights
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La Romagna del Pirata - Self-Guided Tour on the places of Pantani 6days / 5nights

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The territory around the hometown of Pantani might seem flat, from the Adriatic coast inland there seem to be no elevation meters and instead when you least expect it the hills sprout imposing, one after the other. east of Emilia Romagna and the Marches, who trained the Pirate for his deadly shots: via the bandana, his hands in the lower part of the handlebars, his gaze determined and shortly after the shot. Follow his way of telling opponents if you have the strength. Sea and mountains, different worlds, opposite. Solitude and beauty, nature and open spaces. Sea and mountains, two universes made of roads and pedals, sweat and frames, of men alone in command, of climbing and descending on two wheels. We will live the places and streets of Marco Pantani in his shining career. We will cycle on two of the climbs that have trained his legs, crossing wonderful territories in Romagna that has always been home to great champions.
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Clockwise47597 wrote a review Jul 2018
London, United Kingdom14 contributions3 helpful votes
Really fascinating history of the fishing port of Cesenatico. Beautifully displayed with English translations. Superb exhibits in the museum and boats on the canal outside. Cheap to visit and positively encouraged to touch the exhibits. Great for children and with excellent helpful staff.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Karakaspapa wrote a review Aug 2017
Hungary289 contributions8 helpful votes
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It is such a charming sight: a collection of colorful old sailing ships anchored along a section of a canal. (They are all replicas, of course.) Information on each ship is displayed on tables. It is best to visit when the weather is good, as the sails are lowered in wind. I did not visit the interior part of the museum, perhaps next time...
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Aussies11 wrote a review Jul 2017
Montelparo, Italy4,565 contributions308 helpful votes
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Usually when you think about museums you think of displays in dusty old glass showcases. Not here! This museum is another good example of museums in Italy, so well presented and well done, even if in a small town. The descriptions are in Italian and English languages. The history of Cesenatico's seafaring and fishing life is all beautifully displayed .... from the fishermen, their work, their wives and families, the boats, how they were built, materials used, also how Cesenatico switched in the 1960's from mainly being a fishing town to tourism/beach summer resort + fishing. The museum is divided into "floating" and "on land". The floating part are the historic boats in the canal outside the museum; one of the transport boats (trabocco) can be visited in the evenings with the same entry ticket purchased for the land museum of 2 Euro. There is also a good bookshop and souvenir point. By the way, Leonardo da Vinci was involved in the review of the canals called for by the Borgia family, as the canals were filling with sand causing problems of over-flooding. So they decided to appoint the top engineer being Leonardo to re-design the canals and solve the problems.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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HamdiKaya wrote a review May 2017
Istanbul, Turkey182 contributions82 helpful votes
They open the gates for a party.First time i been there.Very nice to see old yatch sailing boats and small fishermen boats.I will visit one more time.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Travis Z wrote a review May 2017
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I must admit I was as surprised as fascInated to find such an unique museum in an otherwise not well known (not in the US at least) little town. Really lovely especially while enjoying a gelato!
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Date of experience: May 2017
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