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Stumbled on this cemetery while on a bike ride and came back later for a longer visit. Very clean and orderly grounds. Thousands of soldiers are buried here and it is a quiet and thought provoking visit. Very moving while spending time here.
This is the final resting place for thousands of American soldiers who lost their lives in the northern Italy campaign of WW2. It's a bit like Arlington in VA, but everyone buried there is from that one part of the conflict.Their story (told in tiles...More
The final resting place for 1,000's American soldiers - If you are in the Impruneta / Florence Region - you need to go. Thousands of white crosses dot the hillside. Very reminiscent to Arlington National Cemetery.
Italy is a true friend of America.
Angel, the director of the Florence American summit is this the right man for this job! You can tell he loves what he does, he referred to soldiers as “my soldiers.”
The grounds are impeccably kept, as are all American National Cemeteries. Do yourself a...More
Many quickly forget the sacrifice of the Allied (mostly American) troops from WWII.
This Cemetery is a reminder of just how many lives were lost fighting Hitler and Mussolini.
Stop by and pay your respects.
We visited the American Cemetary after visiting Florence. It was two weeks before the anniversary of D-Day. There are over 4000 service people buried here. It is quiet and reflective and a tribute to fallen soldiers from WWII. It is beautifully laid out and well...More
Beautiful, haunting, inspiring are some of the words that come to mind to describe this cemetery with more than 5,000 graves of US service members killed during the battles to free Italy in World War II.
A few minutes out of Florence, it was worth a detour as we drove into Tuscany. It is a place to be reminded of the sacrifices made by so many, a tribute to the over 4000 men and women buried here and the sacrifices made...More