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Agira Canadian War Cemetery, Agira
Categories: Cemeteries, Tourist Spots
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Collocato su una collina con una bellissima vista sull'Etna e sul lago Pozzillo, come da tradizione americana, è molto ben tenuto, il prato è ben curato ,le tombe senza erbacce, fiori e molta cura.Located on a hill with a beautiful view of Mount Etna and the Pozzillo Lake American tradition, is very well kept, the lawn is well looked after, the tombs without weeds, flowers and great care.show original
La sacralità del luogo e l'architettura di pace del cimitero si sposa perfettamente nel magnifico panorama ai piedi del colle di Agira. Una sensazione di sacralità e rispetto è vissuta con naturalità ... read more »The sacredness of the place and the peace of the graveyard architecture blends perfectly into the magnificent scenery at the foot of the Hill of Agira. A feeling of sacredness and respect is experienced with naturalness and serenityshow original
Il luogo è una collinetta lungo la strada SS 121 che da Agira conduce a Regalbuto. Un posto particolare, da lì, si domina il lago Pozzillo, uno dei maggiori della Sicilia, e il profilo maestoso dell'E... read more »The place is a hill along the Road SS 121 that Agira leads to Regalbuto. A special place, from there, dominating the Pozzillo Lake, one of the largest of Sicily, and the majestic profile of Etna. The place brings peace, and there are no pure Lake when it was built, was chosen by the Canadian authorities for traslarvi permanently the remains of many men perished in the area during the bloody World War II operations Enna. The conquest of this important Director, Enna Catania, bloody fights and also cost many civilian casualties. Once you enter, pause on the age of those men. All kids, perhaps officers, but kids, dead to thousands of kilometres from home, mangled, maybe pour for days on what was their last pain. Are not our relatives, but certainly a visit represents the fraternity.show original
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