Museum of the Liberation of Rome

Museum of the Liberation of Rome The Museum of the Liberation of Rome is located in a small building at Via Tasso 145, Rome, close to the basilica of St. John Lateran. It records the period of German occupation of Rome in the Second World War and its subsequent liberation.

The building housing the museum was used by the SS to torture members of the Italian Resistance in the first half of 1944.History of the building and museumFollowing completion of the building in the late 1930s, it was rented to the German Embassy in Rome and initially used as that embassy’s Cultural Office. The headquarters of the Sicherheitspolizei (SiPo), an agency of the SS, led by Herbert Kap

The building housing the museum was used by the SS to torture members of the Italian Resistance in the first half of 1944.History of the building and museumFollowing completion of the building in the late 1930s, it was rented to the German Embassy in Rome and initially used as that embassy’s Cultural Office. The headquarters of the Sicherheitspolizei (SiPo), an agency of the SS, led by Herbert Kap

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