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Technical Naval Museum of Spezia

Viale Giovanni Amendola, 1, 19121 La Spezia SP, Italy

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About Technical Naval Museum of Spezia

The Naval Technical Museum of the Navy is located in La Spezia. La Spezia is the most important of the Italian naval museums and, although it has been here for just over a century, it has much older origins. Located next to the main access portal to the military Arsenal, it has been here since 1958. Previously it was located in the mechanical workshops inside the military establishment.



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