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Moro River Canadian War Cemetery, Ortona
(4.6/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web)
Moro River Canadian War Cemetery is located in Ortona. By using our Ortona family vacation planner, you can arrange your visit to Moro River Canadian War Cemetery and other attractions in Ortona.
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  • This is a beautifully kept cemetery. Every grave stone was in perfect alignment, every blade of grass the perfect height. We met the caretaker, Francesco, and he was very nice to us. He took great pri...  more »
  • It was amazing to see this cemetery. It was so well maintained. Flowers on every grave. There were so many Canadians buried there and so young. 
  • A cemetery exclusively dedicated to the fallen of World War II of Canadian origin. Many crosses exterminated and lined up in an almost manic in memory of many men who helped liberate Italy from Nazi-Fascist crap!! Valuable recognition and gratitude to them.
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  • Beautiful cemetery that is very well kept. A must see for World War 2 history buffs.
  • I was very lucky to be able to visit for 3 consecutive Remembrance Days, and there is no calmer, more serene resting place for the proud souls who rest here. Beautifully maintained, with the purest headstones. Amazing to behold.
  • A poignant place, able to keep alive the memory of that period. Unfortunately, many do not know what happened in that area during WWII. Affects the accuracy and the perfect condition of the typical Anglo-Saxon cemetery.
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  • Place of reflection that is absolutely worth visiting. Very well maintained and designed by the same architect of the nearby British military cemetery of Torino di Sangro
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  • A sacred place. The gardeners keeps everything in a lovely way. Absolutely worth visiting.
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