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Sacrario Militare di Redipuglia

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Address: Via Terza Armata, Fogliano Redipuglia, Italy
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+39 0481 489139

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This huge mausoleum stands out surrounded by the silence. It is really impressive. Free entrance and parking area.

Reviewed 3 January 2017
Silvia D
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Reviewed 3 January 2017 via mobile

This huge mausoleum stands out surrounded by the silence. It is really impressive. Free entrance and parking area.

1 Thank Silvia D
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Reviewed 25 July 2016 via mobile

3rd time I visit this place The history of all soldiers who sacrificed their lives and defend their home land is very well exposed and explained in details The thousands who died are shown on every step going to century on top A chapel also a beautiful museum on top of the memorial Easy parking 2 bars/ cafes available with... More 

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Tolmin, Slovenia
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Reviewed 27 March 2016 via mobile

I live less than 100 km from this place but have never visited it before. Today I finally came here to see this monumental cemetery where 100.000 soldiers found their last home. Many of them far from their homes and their families. The WWI is quite far away and we don't take this soldiers as "ours" and "theirs" - they... More 

Thank Soccca
Milan, Italy
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 56 helpful votes
Reviewed 18 August 2015

This monumental cemetery was built to commemorate all people who died in the first world war by architect Greppi. Differently from most grandiloquent fascist monuments it is a large and long simple stairway lying on a hill. It contains the bodies of several thousand Italian known soldiers killed in that war which was particularly bloody in the Carso region. On... More 

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Benesov, Czech Republic
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12 reviews
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 11 helpful votes
Reviewed 11 August 2015

A breath-taking event to visit this place. One should keep in mind all those young and elder guys who were sent to death 100 years before, but ... also ... not forget Mussolini back in 1938 when - opening gloriously this memorial who has also intended to send into graves thousands of other guys.... shall the World become smarter and... More 

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Yorkshire, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 24 July 2015

This was one of the places we had come to the region to see - and it does not dissapoint. Built as a mausoleum / resting place for the remains of more than 100.000 Italian fallen from the First World War. The Sacrario Militare di Redipuglia is the largest military monument in Italy and one of the largest in the... More 

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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 24 helpful votes
Reviewed 4 June 2015

This was a place that was honorary for the men and woman who served in WW1 and gave their lives for their country. The monuments was big and the grounds were clean and interesting.

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Honolulu, Hawaii
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Reviewed 20 October 2014

Oct 2 For the men in our group this memorial site and small museum were interesting. For the first time we were seeing a World War I monument. We had all seen the WWII American cemetery in Normandy, France, but never one like this. The museum was well done. There was plenty of artifacts found in the battleground to see,... More 

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New Deer, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 12 August 2014

Italy is home to several very impressive war memorials that make allied efforts - even the big Somme ones - look rather pale in comparison. This, at Redipuglia, is perhaps the most impressive. Taking up a whole hillside, there are thousands of men's names (I'm guessing 40000) under the repeated "Presente" on each main step, positioned behind their generals and... More 

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Ljubljana, Slovenia
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Reviewed 25 July 2014

Hundreds of thousands of dead. For what ? So many clashes of interest have gathered in the heads of brainwashed politicians and monarchs, but the one who suffered were ordinary people, defending or attacking in the name of someone. Silly. This powerful monument reminds all of us on a period, which should not happen, ever. But it could have easily... More 

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