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Cimitero Militare Germanico, Firenzuola
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  • Worth a stop if you're passing through. Sober and majestic as Germanic of honor Memorial. Excellently maintained. Paeseggio beautiful.
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  • Write a review about a cemetery is not easy however the place is very accurate in every particular definitely a must for stopovers in the area especially to do not forget the horror of war regardless of uniform
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  • 80 years have passed, but here the weather is like if he stopped at the end of World War 2. A place that fascinates, you see it from afar, imposing cold grandiose ... A place where we have to stop and think. 30,000 soldiers are buried here. To visit
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  • A place of great beauty. A geographical location very scenic. The cemetery dominates large parts of the surrounding areas and a simple architectural design but because of this even more majestic, gives an idea of the immense tragedy behind 30,000 headstones. Look at the date of birth and death of so many kids, sometimes 15-year-olds, to understand why behind every war there is the tragedy of all nations involved in the madness of a few
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  • I find it shameful that in Italy, and not in a random place but right at the Futa (symbol of the partisan resistance) you are allowed to give proper burial to the Nazis. An agreement of the years ' 50 States that that area is granted free of charge and perpetual Germanic State for the funeral of their fallen: SHAME!
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  • Bad enough that he is required... Clearly created a dignified venue for the rest. Have visited there ancestors.
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  • I have visited on the way home from Tuscany, specifically to show my 11 year old daughter this Memorial against the war with my family, to which result ideology and megalomania, whether racially, politically or religiously motivated, can lead. A detour leads to this Memorial from the highway by a well constructed, but also winding road to a parking lot directly in front of the cemetery. Time period of 40 to 60 minutes from the motorway exit should be planned for this trip.
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  • Truly outstanding. The memory of the fallen in mystical and timeless atmosphere.
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