MUSEUMS SAN MARINO

Museums San Marino
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MUSEUMS SAN MARINO


Ferrari Museum
The museum is close to the factory and is open to the public. It is open on week days and is a veritable treasure trove for all car lovers.


Museum of Torture
Museo della Tortura (Museum of Torture) in San Marino provides an extensive survery of the history of European instruments of torture, presenting a range of various devices which were primarily entended to cause maximum agony and suffering to those persons who were forced to endure them.


Museum of Ancient Arms
The Museum of Ancient Arms can be found in the second castle tower or Cesta which is situated halfway along the panoramic path that connects all three fortresses. The museum was setup in 1956 and houses over 700 exhibits of all types of ancient armour and weapons.





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MUSEUMS SAN MARINO