Monumento della Vittoria, Bolzano

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  • The big box of pebbles (which is the most precious marble white of Lasa) would be the reissue of "typewriter". Romana and it should be a monument to Cesare Battisti especially irredentist and other glorious where there is no South or South ... where the widow of Cesare Battisti (Socialist and antinterventista but loyal to the ideals of Italy in Trentino, South Tyrol not) taken absolutely distance myself from that operation of the regime does not even participating in the inauguration. I visited the Museum below just out of curiosity to see the frescoes of Guido Cadorin (frescoes at the Hotel Ambassador in Rome) and of which I own a beautiful picture. Interesting for those who knows nothing ... a good book he would narrate a lot more, however, the visit is also enlightening. Throughout the surrounding area and the monument itself were built in a few months and two or three years combined years ... in the face of modern technology that multiply by ten times ... Today it is used and evoked primarily by nostalgic and reactionaries who little know of historical reality ... personally I will dedicate it to the deaths of and war and would visit the monument itself alternating film spotlights "men against" to connote causes effects and results of a war made for money paid by French intelligence to Mussolini (former Socialist) and "Word now data" without the knowledge of the Parliament by the King dwarf and warrior.
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  • Not far from the historic centre of Bolzano, near the Ponte Talvera, lies the victory monument, a marble monument celebrating the Italian victory in World War I on the Austria-Hungary. Built during the Fascist period between 1926 and 1928, has still clearly visible, the decorations of the beams on the pillars. Freely accessible and open to the public (free) allows the visitor, through a permanent exhibition housed in the crypt and in large underground adjacent to it, to remember but also to reflect on the absurdity of war.
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  • The monument is made of marble and celebrates the Italian victory in World War I. It was built by Benito Mussolini and built in the period 1926-1928. It was built by demolishing what had been until then built the monument to the fallen in war and that was left unfinished after the end of the first world war. According to some nationalist and fascist monument represents the vision of war based on heroism and sacrifice, as opposed to the vision of pacifism. To better understand this, you have to see it. Interesting, to visit the Museum.
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  • This monument is very controversial and is worth a tour. However, keep in mind that the guides have a certain bias as to whether the monument should be protected and maintained despite its fascist history.
  • Very interesting museum underneath the fascist built monument. It explains the complicated 20th century history of South Tyrol and is a must visit here! The museum has free entrance.
  • A piece of history that has been often criticised. They recently opened a small museum underneath.