Loba Capitolina Monument, Mar del Plata

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  • In 1957, the Italian community donated this monument in the city of Mar del Plata. Located in the Capitoline square, in honor of Rome, the monument is called "to the fallen by Italy in all wars". The symbol of Rome, the she-Wolf breast-feeding Romulus and Remus, more three columns representing the armed forces of Earth, water and sea. The Italian community of Mar del Plata there meets 3 times a year, for the three holidays of Italy: April 25: recalls the liberation of Italy from the nazi-fascistas forces in 1945. June 2: day of the Italian Republic (remember the plebiscite that he chose the Republic about the monarchy in 1946). 4 November: completion of the first world war in 1918 and day of the Italian armed forces. Very nice to visit.
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  • It is a beautiful monument, good photographs can be removed, but there is nothing more. It is facing the sea in the neighbourhood of La Perla.
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  • If they are to know and explore the Loma de santé Cecilia well it deserves to visit this monument as it is located within a close RADIUS
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