The memorial serves several purposes. As well as the memorial to the king himself, it also has the tomb of the unknown soldier, as well as a museum to the reunification of Italy (free entry, but unless you are keen on modern Italian history it's a bit dull). The very top floor has amazing views if you pay for the glass lift/ elevator at the back. Even without doing the lift to the top the views are great from the next level down.
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