By the end of the 19th century, captain D'Albertis has worked and lived into the naval military area as well into the merchant area. He was a very good observer and collector of human artifacts from all continents. He was a good fotographer either. he has assembled one collection that resides in a very well maintained museum inside the castle, with incredible artifacts from the basement to the top of the castle.
One of the rooms is a replica of one of the captain navy cabins, including a small canon, with iron balls resting in a wall support. The canon points to Genova Bay, making the visitor think that the captain probably felt himself as the last resource of Genova´s guardians. There is one impressive set of north american indian dresses, including some made from pieces of soldiers´ dresses.
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