Fodor's Expert Review The Museum of World War II and the Air Raid Shelter

Licata Free

On the morning of July 10, 1943, the port of Licata became the first town in Sicily to be taken by American soldiers of the 7th Army under General Patton. Anyone interested in this history should visit the small museum of memorabilia within the tourism office, where the finds include a Coca-Cola bottle found in a shipwreck, ammunition boxes, huge mobile food containers, and even a packet of American razor blades. The staff can also help you get access to the town’s former air raid shelter.

Free Historical History Museum

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Largo San Salvatore
Licata, Sicily  92027, Italy


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