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Behind San Martino Tower we can find the museum* that has a collection of heirlooms, documents and memories from the battle of June 24th 1859, as well as significant records of other events related to the history of the Italian Risorgimento (literally “Resurgence”).

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Il Museo di Solferino (Solferino Museum) is located at the foothills of the fortress park and of the adjacent Charnel-Church park. Here models of cannons, weapons, uniforms and various mementos from the historic day of June 24th 1859 are displayed.

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It was the 24th of June of the year 1859. The Second War of Independence had started exactly two months earlier. On April 23rd Earl Cavour rejected the Austrian ultimatum that compelled the Piedmonts to.

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March 12, 2019

March 17th, the museums will open at full speed

On the occasion of the Anniversary of the Unification of Italy, on March 17 the Fortress and the Museum of the Risorgimento of Solferino will reopen […]
May 25, 2018

Celebration of the 159th anniversary

Celebration of the 159th anniversary of the battle of Solferino and San Martino on 24 June 1859 Events Program: Friday June 22nd SAN MARTINO DELLA BATTAGLIA 3.30 […]
August 2, 2017

A night at the San Martino Museum in August

There is a shroud of secrecy around St. Martino Tower… From Saturday August 12th to Tuesday August 15th there will be the Nights at the Museum! […]
November 25, 2013

Make your pre-tax donation to Solferino and San Martino Association

It’s a plea to all Solferino e San Martino Association friends, sympathizers and supporters so that we can all protect and make our mission possible of […]
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Un biglietto UNICO per i Tre Musei € 10,00 - Combined Ticket - Kombiticket - 3 Museums - € 10

Dalla primavera potrai richiedere per la visita ai tre siti Museali di Solferino e San Martino un biglietto unico, valido 30 giorni dal rilascio, risparmiando rispetto al costo di ogni singolo biglietto.

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