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Paul-Savona wrote a review Sep 2019
Savona, Italy3 contributions
Arrive in the square a few minutes before 6 pm to observe and take part in a unique experience in commemoration of those who have died in war. The monument was built after the First World War, but has taken a larger meaning over the years. At 6 pm everyone and everything stops in the square as the bells toll, creating a moving reminder about the horrors of war along with a gratefulness for peace.…
Date of experience: September 2019
Richard G wrote a review Apr 2019
464 contributions40 helpful votes
In memory of the soldiers that fought in WW1. Just a short walk from the train station, surrounded by parks.
Date of experience: April 2019
SuiteAsOuzo wrote a review Nov 2018
Port Macquarie, Australia494 contributions124 helpful votes
A well sculpted monument to remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in World War 1. The piazza has great character with the different coloured buildings and numerous archways.
Date of experience: November 2018
Lorenzaccio2A wrote a review May 2018
Toulon, France278 contributions160 helpful votes
Disappointed after reading the comments and notes left on the site. This monument has very little interest for visitors. However, if you continue a little further on the avenue Pietro Paleocapa you arrive at a large public park very nice and well shaded ...
Date of experience: May 2018
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NelsonMX wrote a review Feb 2018
Fuengirola, Spain96 contributions67 helpful votes
Interesting war memorial monument in the piazza Goffredo Mameli. The piazza is nice to walk around and there are places to sit as well.
Date of experience: February 2018