A unique museum. It is like a movie set in the beginning, You stand in the town square of a typical Sicilian village, then the air raid warning siren is heard. We were ushered into the bomb shelter where we sat on benches along the wall. We can hear and feel the bombs exploding. When we leave the shelter out the exit door, we see the same village square destroyed by the bombs. Lots of displays, actual pictures and videos from that time, and memorabilia from WWII. It was moving to see the hardships of the people and then the jubilation of the Sicilians when the Allies and the Americans freed Sicily. The Museum itself is in an industrial area and you may have to look for it, but it is very worthwhile. Unfortunately, no photography is allowed inside.
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