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Ara Pacis Mundi di Medea, Gorizia
(3.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
Ara Pacis Mundi di Medea is located in Gorizia. A visit to Ara Pacis Mundi di Medea represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Gorizia vacation route planner to plot your vacation.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • It's a monument born in 1951 with the intent to remember symbolically the dead of all wars.
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  • During the journey, you have some difficulties due to the missing signs. Arrived at the monument are several panels with scant description of history. The set up stands with the Nobel Peace Prize winners are given only until 2011. At the monument, merely the "commune" - so immortalized policy with a Board.
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  • This monument is dedicated to the fallen of all wars. Inside there is the altar that contains the lands from 800 war cemeteries and ampoules containing water where sunk ships during the war. Worth a visit this architectural work, very special. You'll also get a nice view over the plain. Easy to reach, as soon as you arrive in Medea follow signs Ara Pacis. Open 24/24 every day, ample parking.
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  • "Hatred produces death, love generates life." Great vantage point to get to by car, foot or bike. View of the Isonzo plain. Adjacent Park not bad, some streets are real mtb trails.
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  • Site on the Hill of Medea, sleepy, with a number of hiking trails and serene places rich in nature, a few km from Cormons, remembers the victims of World War 1. As a boy when I was a student pilot's license I used it to make the eight as the Center, to be precise and see how the wind move me. Honoring those who gave life is a noble gesture, and then you can come to visit for a good glass of wine.
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  • An interesting war memorial that collects the lands and waters of all scenarios of world war high importance to visit with awareness of historical weight that carries
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  • Little known but at the same time building of great importance
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  • Monument erected in memory of the fallen of the wars, especially the second world war. You can enjoy a beautiful view from the top of the area. To visit at least once.
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