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Caserma Santa Barbara, Milano, Province of Milan, Lombardy, Italy

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Location Category ID: 5170
Added to Database: December 2009
Last Edited: 16 January 2010
Address: Piazzale Giuseppe Perrucchetti 1, 20147 Milano
Telephone: Barracks, HQ: 02 48703340, 02 48703439
Email:
Opening Times:
Official Website:
Other Links: Caserma Santa Barbara – Italian
Caserma Santa Barbara – English Translation
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Latitude, Longitude: 45.46609598 , 9.12551209
Location Accuracy: 7
Tanks Previously Here: 1: L3/35 Tankette - Museo Storico dell'Arma di Cavalleria, Pinerolo, Turin, Piedmont, Italy (Estimated 1980s & 1990s)


The Santa Barbara barracks were originally built after World War I to provide accommodation and training grounds for the Reggimento Artiglieria a Cavallo (Horse Artillery Regiment). The main entrances are located on the east side, with secondary entrances for armoured and other vehicles, and convoys, on the west side. It is currently home to the Reggimento Artiglieria a Cavallo, 1° Reggimento Trasmissioni (1st Signal Regiment) and part of the 32° Reggimento Trasmissioni. It includes an airbase and an area for driving and training on tracked vehicles. It is well known as being the target of a terrorist bomb in October 2009.

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2000

Original vehicle storage area
1: Original vehicle storage area

Taken: 2000 (Estimated)
Contributor: M. Viucci
Location Photo ID: 192
Added: 16 January 2010
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Has Priority: 0