On 14 June 1800, during the Second Coalition War, was a battle on this location which was fought between French and Austrian troops. The battle was narrowly won by the French of Napoleon Bonaparte. Almost 2000 soldiers were killed and 10,000 (of which 7,000 would die later) were wounded in the battle.
This museum, dedicated to the battle, consists of an old section with memorabilia and remains, and a new part from 2010 with a strong interactive and multimedia character.
For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.
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