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Location Category ID: 5240
Address: Via Sempione 172, 28053 Castelletto Sopra Ticino (NO)
Telephone: 0331-923080
Email: info [at] (Replace [at] with @)
Opening Times: 0930-1800 (Autumn/Winter), 0930-2000 (Spring/Summer)
Official Website: Museo Gottard Park
Other Links: Google Street View
Latitude, Longitude: 45.72030059 , 8.59870076
Location Accuracy: 7
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The Gottard Park Museum was founded by Alfio Gottardo who was fond of mechanical equipment and technology. He collected hundreds of vehicles, machines and other devices of all ages and from many countries around the world. There are many exhibits displayed around the grounds of the museum, as well as specific exhibitions of cars and other technology. Some eight hundred artifacts are spread over an area of seventy-thousand square metres. There are steam trains, aircraft, lorries, motorcycles and boats in the collection. Military equipment includes anti-aircraft guns, scout cars and artillery pieces.

1) AMX-13/90 Light Tank French

Number of Photos: 3
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Unique ID: 1543
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This AMX-13 is missing many of its covers and hatches, allowing much of the interior to be viewed. Otherwise it appears to be in good condition.