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Monumento a Francesco Baracca, Lugo

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  • A lot of beautiful architectural development for both local and national historical significance. (The hero lughese Francesco Baracca)
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  • It is appreciated at night with artificial lighting. See the statue of Francis, who watch the sky is really exciting and evokes the acts of courage that our compatriot has made in defense of our beloved Italy.
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  • The Centre of Lugo is not very large and it's impossible not to see the monument: a gathering place, a landmark 20-' 30 's style, near rocca estense and the Pavaglione.
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  • Affects the imposing bronze statue dell'aviatore and long wing Tivoli travertine. The commemorative work was designed by the sculptor Domenico Rambelli of Faenza and inaugurated in 1936 in full fascist rhetoric.
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