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Alfa Romeo reopens its Arese Museum

Alfa celebrates its 105th Anniversary with the reopening of its Arese museum in Milan, Italy.
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Photos: Alfa Romeo 

Photos: Alfa Romeo 

Closed in 2009, Alfa Romeo celebrates its 105th Anniversary with the reopening of its Arese Museum in Milan, Italy. The museum will be host to a brand center, bookshop, cafe, test track, and a showroom and customer delivery area. The crown jewel, of course, is the museum where you'll find three levels covering the brand's history, designs, and racing victories. 

The museum houses 69 cars where you'll find everything from the first A.L.F.A. car to the Gran Premio 159 "Alfetta 159" F1 racer. Check out our gallery below on just some of the cars being showcased at the museum and for more information on hours and location hit the link below. 

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