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The Maritime Museum gio Bono Ferrari: photos, description (Gio Bono Ferrari Maritime Museum)

The Maritime Museum gio Bono Ferrari is located approximately 34 miles from Genoa, in the seaside town of Camogli, just behind the railway station. It was founded in 1937, the year and bear the name of its founder, researcher marine ecosystems of the Ligurian coast gio Bono Ferrari.

The Museum holds exhibits on the three hundred years of Maritime history in Camogli - paintings, photographs, ship models, documents Dating from the era of the Napoleonic wars and the First World war, and more. Only here collected 178 images of swimming facilities Camogli, 146 of ship models, including the unique ships in bottles, 603 publication, devoted to the sea theme, navigation instruments like compasses, barometers, telescopes, vintage timepieces, as well as photographs of ships and sailors. Unique items are items owned by a national hero of Italy Giuseppe Garibaldi and his followers. The Maritime Museum is a memorable place for all the inhabitants of Camogli and each exhibit is equipped with a sign with interesting stories of those who kept it and donated it to the city.

To get to the Museum in different ways: by car highway Genova-Livorno, by train - from the station Camogli-são fruttuoso, on the bus from any town of Eastern Liguria. From spring to fall to get to the Museum can also be reached by ferry from Genoa, Rapallo, Santa Margherita Ligure and other towns of the Riviera di Levante. Excursions to the Museum are conducted in English, French and Spanish.