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Tempio della Vittoria, Milan

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  • Erected after World War I remember the dead of all wars, hoping there are more interesting, the complex although at the time it is redundant classicism.
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  • Along the course from Saint Ambrose University of the sacred heart on the right door is this war memorial in Milan of two wars. Built after the first world war in white marble has octagonal shape inside an enclosure always marble columns. Just in front of the entrance there is a large bronze statue. Pretty impressive!
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  • This is a monument dedicated to those who lost their lives in wars, by several Italian armies. Inside you can find written on the walls the names of all the men lost their lives to the q service of their nation. Admission is free. It is interesting to be able to see this tribute.
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  • Nice monument not far from the church S.Ambrogio. A tribute for the fallen soldiers. However, there is not enough information about it for people who want to know more. I liked the nice grass, the red flowers and the italian flags which decorate the place.
  • Magnificent monument to the fallen soldiers of Italy! Very nice complex, just next to the church dedicated to the protector of Milan (S.Ambrogio).
  • Temple dedicated to war dead, opened in the late ' 20 (1928). The octagonal shape is due to the fact that each side is turned towards the outskirts of Milan, which is used by the military to the streets of Milan to join the battle. Is four steps from the Basicilica of St Ambrose.
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