Sala Museale "Contrammiraglio Guglielmo Marconi"
In an exceptional setting as the former Church of St. Augustine, famous for its Gothic portal of Giorgio da Sebenico, whose cloister now houses the Museum Room, unfolds the journey in the history of radio, the first experiments of Guglielmo Marconi to this day. A tribute to the great Italian physicist, who was also the official of the Italian Navy and long cooperated with it. The itinerary realized, characterized by high multimedia, is the evolution of radio communications with detailed descriptions related to both the technique that the style, to disseminate and receive them through the ether. The museum room is divided on 4 environments. At the entrance to the first interactive part, constituted by a simulator submersible Sauro class, one of which led to the name of Guglielmo Marconi.