Bagnoregio. Piero Taruffi Museum  

 In Bagnoregio, the Piero Taruffi Museum exhibits cars and automotive models linked to the life of the racing driver Piero Taruffi.

Piero Taruff was a pilot born in Albano Laziale in 1906, who in 1931 participated in several Formula 1 Grand Prix races in the Enzo Ferrari team.

In addition to the models and documents, there are a series of cars that are part of the history of the Rally in the '70s and' 80s including a Fiat 131 Abarth, a Fiat 124 Abarth Spider, a Lancia Fulvia Hf 1600 "Fanalona", a Lancia Stratos, a Lancia Rally 037 and Gianfranco Cunico's Fiesta GR 2.

Inside it is possible to admire the permanent exhibition entitled "IL BISILURO AI RAGGI X - Anatomy of a fireball"

The museum is located in the former municipal slaughterhouse in via Fidanza 55.

Written by

Discoverplaces is an organization born from the desire to promote small towns and Italian territories. Our mission is to create bridges between Italian descendants and the Italian Community of their...