Dante Foschi Historic Museum
The Museum, established thanks to the donations of the members of the National Association and the Mutilated and Invalids of War - Forlì section - and their family members, houses relics dating back to various historical periods (from the struggles for independence and Italian unification to the Second World War World), whose typology is manifold: some uniforms, weapons, a rich collection of medals, honors, coins, friezes and military badges, some furnishing elements are preserved. The most represented events are those of the Great War and the Ethiopian Campaign. Among the many memories of the First World War, significant for both human and historical value, we must remember in particular those linked to Fulcieri Paulucci di Calboli (1893-1919). There is also a remarkable collection of postcards, mainly of a military subject, arranged in containers. On the walls, then, is exhibited the collection of paintings made with different techniques by the Forlì painter Maceo Casadei (1899-1992) and inspired by events and impressions of the two World Wars. Lastly, an interesting book collection ensures valid support for material testimonies.