Military Memorial Redipuglia, Fogliano Redipuglia

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Discover the Italian-Austrian front of World War I at Military Memorial Redipuglia, the largest military memorial in Italy. Located in Friuli Venezia Giulia, this massive military cemetery and memorial park features a central monument designed by Giovanni Greppi, which opened to the public in 1938. The entire site was developed during fascist rule, under Mussolini, and this main sculpture took three years of uninterrupted work to complete. Now, the attraction draws crowds of domestic and international travelers who want to remember this historic event. Tour the site, which is dedicated to the more than 100,000 Italian soldiers who lost their lives during the Great War. Use our Fogliano Redipuglia trip itinerary builder tool to add Military Memorial Redipuglia and other attractions to your Fogliano Redipuglia vacation plans.
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  • It is closed in whole year in 2021 (or even more for year 2022 ). DO NOT travel there, you will find all gates and museums closed!! It is a pity, because it is a really spectacular monument! Not... 
    It is closed in whole year in 2021 (or even more for year 2022 ). DO NOT travel there, you will find all gates and museums closed!! It is a pity, because it is a really spectacular monument! Not...  more »
  • A place with a lot of history! There are Not word to describe ad explain the emotions you will get when you are here! 
    A place with a lot of history! There are Not word to describe ad explain the emotions you will get when you are here!  more »
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  • The scale of this monument is highly impressive and, without using a drone, I don't think photos really do it justice. So many names listed is moving. Interesting to see that Mussolini's role in creating the monument has not been removed from history in the plaque at the top of the monument. Perhaps there could be a little more information for visitors to learn about the reasons for this monument's existence.
  • A historical place

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