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I'm no train expert, but it seems the Settebello term is just applied to the ETR-300 series of trains. As Hobbes points out, it doesn't seem like any of these are left. The best I could come up with is a model at the Pietrarsa museum. However, on researching the Settebello there is a series-250 called the Arlecchino which does have a model in service. A ...


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Only one of the ETR.300 Settebello trainsets survives. ETR.302 is stored at Falconara Marittima station, a few km north of Ancona. It's in a very bad state and you can't get inside. The blog post dates from January 2016. The train has already been cannibalized, and some of its interior was replaced in the '90s so it's not in its original state anyway.


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1. Go on a Wednesday I would try to do this on a Wednesday, since this is the day in which both the Rodin Museum and the Louvre are open late. The former closes at 20h45, the latter at 21h45. This is to maximise the time available to get this trip done, thus reducing its time-criticality. 2. Reserve your Tickets I can't stress this enough: reserve your ...


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There isn't really a definitive answer to this question. It all depends on how many people book for said day, what time of day, and then who books in advance. Personally, I would buy tickets in advance, so that if there was a big queue on the day for the non-advance tickets, I would be fine. Based on the fact that people have only got to scan QR codes in ...


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There is no SanXingDui art museum in Chengdu, you have to go to GuangHan. The "museum" displayed by google maps is a store. Source: I asked friends. They confirm that the place in the streetview below at the location reported by google is a store and that the real museum is the one out of town in GuangHan. Details: Google does report a SanXingDui art ...



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