Museum created in memory of the Battle of the Ebro, whose front remained unbreakable for 115 days, countering the attack of the national troops. The most significant events are told throughout all the archeology left by this war event. Big showcases full of objects are those that make the limit between one topic and another, until you get to the back of the room. Here the visitor can see large images of aviation, which is when the ranks are broken in the battle. A scenography of trenches was made, which is contrasted with tulle fabrics where real images of the war appear. The narrative is spun through a central element where the whole story is told chronologically, supported on the command tables that mark the most important milestones.
Design: ÁMBITO CERO
Client: STOA, PROPUESTAS CULTURALES
Surfacee: 750 m²
Date: JULY 2008
Location: INTERPRETATION CENTER 115 DIES - CORBERA D'EBRE, TARRAGONA