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Sacrario Militare di Redipuglia

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saverio b wrote a review Jul 2019
Singapore, Singapore124 contributions24 helpful votes
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A place with a lot of history! There are Not word to describe ad explain the emotions you will get when you are here!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Friuli2018 wrote a review Apr 2019
Cortona, Italy19 contributions7 helpful votes
I spent time at this memorial while visiting my family and unfortunately it was closed for renovations. However, this didn’t cause an issue as there is the original memorial burial ground across the road. Following the removal of the remains of the soldiers this area was designed to reflect the contribution of each battalion and so you will find, as you walk around the site, small pillars with brass plates upon which poems are written. Reading them is very moving and some had me in tears. It just made you realise that each soldier was someone’s son, father, brother, uncle and that someone would have grieved for them. The larger memorial is the resting place of the bones of 100,000 soldiers and is made up of a series of steps. I’ll definitely go back to visit it. There is a small bar where you can buy a coffee or something light to eat.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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cry70 wrote a review Nov 2018
Wareham, United Kingdom244 contributions111 helpful votes
Wow! What a place!!! Soo many pictures going on in my mind! Difficult to explain but definitely worth a visit, if you are into history and wars
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Date of experience: October 2018
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sv66 wrote a review Sep 2018
Malaga3 contributions
Huge disappointment getting there and it being closed! Posting said until spring 2019. I didn't see anywhere in my research before arriving that it was closed. But very close to the motorway so we luckily didn't make a huge detour for it! From the glimpse we got it looks impressive. Lots of WWI things in the area!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Maria D wrote a review Aug 2018
264 contributions38 helpful votes
The memorial is a grandiose place built from cream coloured stone in a hill side. The remains of Italian soldiers who died in VWI in the Isonzo front are behind rows of small plaques on the walls of the 22 large terraces. At the top there are huge ossuaries for the many unknown fallen. The place is deeply touching. The terraces are under renovation right now, no entrance from the main road. The chapel covered inside in black stone and a museum with photos and personal items of the soldiers, both at the top of the memorial are open and worth to visit. Free parking close to the chapel up the hill.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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