Monte Santa Giulia Partisan Resistance Park

A group of artists from all over the world have created a work of art in a timeless place, so that we will never forget.
A unique work, a breathtaking view

The Monte Santa Giulia Resistance Park is located in Monchio di Palagano, 900 metres above sea level, and covers an area of 28 hectares in the green scenery of the Valle del Dragone, offering an enchanting view of the peaks surrounding the Apennines, among which stands out the imposing Monte Cimone.

The highest point of the park is dominated by an enchanting little church, the "Pieve dei Monti", an ancient Romanesque parish church destroyed by the Nazis during the war and rebuilt in the same place, in the form it is presumed to have had originally. Only a few fragments of the Romanesque building remain today, including two column bases and three capitals, located inside the building.

During the reconstruction work, a rich archaeological stratification emerged in which a sword was found, later dated to the late Bronze Age and currently kept in the Archaeological Museum of Modena.

The park has a number of areas designed for relaxation and recreation and is equipped with benches, fountains, barbecues and everything you need for a wonderful outing surrounded by nature and history.

During the Resistance, the Monte Santa Giulia Park was an important reference point for the Partisan Republic of Montefiorino and after the carnage that struck the villages of Monchio, Costrignano and Susano in March 1944, it became a symbol of the horrors perpetrated during the war.

At the entrance to the park is the Santa Giulia Memorial, an imposing sculptural complex consisting of 14 large stone monoliths arranged in a circle, the work of contemporary artists of different nationalities, symbolising peace, freedom and brotherhood between nations.

Una delle scultura del parco di Santa Giulia, rappresenta una palla che distrugge un monolite
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Museo Ferrari Maranello
Via Dino Ferrari 43, 41053 Maranello (MO) Italia
Tel: +39 0536 949713

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IAT Terra di Motori / Museo Ferrari Maranello
Via Dino Ferrari 43, 41053 Maranello (MO) Italia
Tel: +39 0536 073036

The Ferrari Museum is open every day of the week, from Monday to Sunday.
The Ferrari Museum closes only on December 25th and January 1st.

Opening Hours

April / September 2021: 9.30 am – 9.00 pm

1 october 2021: 10.00 am – 06.00 pm

The Ferrari Museum is open to the public in complete safety: it will be possible to visit the Museum thanks to the extensive security measures that the management has applied to the premises and to the entire experiential path dedicated to visitors.

Closed number
As measures to counter the Covid19 emergency, the Museum will host a maximum number of visitors present at the same time within its premises. To ensure your visit, book early: you can speed up the procedures and ensure the time you prefer.

Temperature detection
To ensure your safety and that of others, your body temperature will be measured at the entrances. In the event of temperatures above 37.5 ° C, it will not be possible to enter the museum. In this case, if you have already purchased the ticket, you can request a full refund or reschedule the visit on another date and time.

Wearing a mask is compulsory
If you want to visit the Ferrari Museum, be sure to bring a surgical mask with you: it is mandatory for everyone except for children up to 6 years of age. It is a good idea to bring disposable gloves, even if they are not mandatory. If you don’t have a mask with you, the Museum will provide you with one.

Safe path
The Museum has prepared an internal route, with signs on the ground that will help you to respect the safety distances: follow them strictly and you can enjoy the visit in complete tranquility

Maximum duration
The maximum length of stay at the Ferrari Museum is one and a half hours..

At your disposal
Inside the Ferrari Museum you will also find the “Terra di Motori” Tourist Information and Reception Office, at your disposal to help you on site and give you all the information on the many possible activities in the tourist district: Maranello, Fiorano Modenese, Formigine and why not , also all the beauty of the mountain between Palagano, Frassinoro, Montefiorino and Prignano await you with a thousand other incredible experiences!

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