Italian Air Force Museum
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Italian Air Force Museum

The Italian Air Force Museum is an aircraft museum at Vigna di Valle, on Lake Bracciano (Lazio), in central Italy. It is operated by the Aeronautica Militare. The museum houses an excellent collection, with an emphasis on Italian machines and seaplanes. While maintaining the technical and historical aspects, the museum is also dedicated to the influence aviation has had on Italian art, featuring works by Futurist painters Pietro Annigoni, Giacomo Balla, Tato; and contemporary art such as Flight: Papiers froissés (literally crumpled paper) by Antonio Papasso.


Propeller aircraft

Ansaldo SVA 5
Fiat G.55 of ANR (background with lake Bracciano)


Jet aircraft

Campini-Caproni C.C.2



Piston engines

Fiat AS.6

Jet engines

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Coordinates: 42°05?06?N 12°13?02?E / 42.085049°N 12.217108°E / 42.085049; 12.217108

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