The museum was opened with the historical and cultural aim of safeguarding and promoting the ideals of the Italian Resistance. It also contains a documentation centre and library on the anti-fascist, Resistance movement, and on the experiences of Italians detained in concentration camps.In addition, it hosts a permanent exhibition, called “Perchè Resistenza”, which is composed of 40 paintings. The Palazzo Aggiunti, the building in which the museum is located, needed restructuring work following a strong earthquake, which damaged part of the building.
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An introduction to the historical town at the foot of the Apennines
Legend has it that Sansepolcro’s origins can be traced back to two pilgrim saints, Arcano and Egidio. While returning from the Holy Land, they stopped in this valley and, thanks to a divine sign, they decided to stay and build a small chapel there to host the Holy Relics they’d brought from Jerusalem. HISTORY Between 1300 and 1500, Sansepolcro experienced an age of maximum splendor. ...Morekeyboard_backspace