MUSEUM-HALL "ADMIRAL GUGLIELMO MARCONI"

Via Cialdin, 1 (Ancona)


In an exceptional frame as the former Church of St Augustine, famous for its Gothic portal of Giorgio da Sebenico, whose cloisters today houses the Museum Hall, winds the voyage in the history of radio, from early experiments by Guglielmo Marconi until our days. A tribute to the great Italian physicist, who was also Italian Navy officer and worked with it for a long time. The itinerary created, characterized by high multimedia, represents the evolution of radio communications with detailed descriptions and related to that style, to disseminate information and receive them through the ether. The Museum Hall is divided into 4 rooms. At the entrance to the first part, consisting of a simulator of Sauro class submarines, one of which took the name of Guglielmo Marconi.


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