In the wildly expensive city of Venice this surely has to be the bargain find. The Navy Museum (Museo Storico Navale) cost 1.55 Euros each (yes one euro fifty five cents). It’s situated over 5 floors and covers much of the maritime history of Venice & more recently the Italian Navy from WW1 onwards (although I guess not surprisingly saying nothing about Taranto 1940).
We were fascinated by the history and the impressive maritime position Venice held throughout the years, and many of the sea battles we knew nothing about. There were many amazing model boats on display too, but to be honest we whizzed through a section on Chinese junks! Check the opening times, it was only open in the mornings up to 1:30pm when we went.
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