Clothing in which partisans went to fight, reproduced according to photos, are located in the partisan room, whereas the Italian room features an original fascist manifesto dating to 1935, which asked Italian families to surrender their gold to finance the construction of war weapons and a lictorial bundle, symbolic of the end of dictatorship.
Visitors can also find the private collection of Roberto Simoncini, with weapons, helmets and documents belonging to various nationalities, which Simonetti discovered in the woods around Pianosinatico in the 1960s.
A renovated monument to the victims of the Pianosinatico Massacre stands near the museum. Two trails start here: one that’s 1.5 km long and another one that’s 8 km. It’s an excellent way of seeing the remains of the bunkers and outposts.
For more information about museum tours and other routes: Associazione Laltrolato del Caposaldo