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Florence American Cemetery, Tavarnuzze

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  • I felt ashamed that though I'd been to Firenze many times before, I'd never taken the time to go visit the American Cemetery in Firenze until now. Guide books don't talk much about this and after visi...  more »
  • To anticipate it: normal cemeteries I also not very like much less military cemeteries and America. However, American military cemeteries are often so "clean" that they again have a special charisma and are attractive especially for such visitors, who love compositionally clinically clear photo opportunities. In this respect those is no different in Tavarnuzze than many others, be it in Hawaii or Manila or anywhere else. The style is similar everywhere: extremely well kept, zero tolerance of weeds, each blades is the same, each Tomb flashes in brilliant white, all cross and star of David times in row and link security control next to the small "visitor centre" and flag at the entrance, everything militarily highly organized and disciplined. History is also offered, if only military history; Since the invasion and the advance of the allies is well documented on colorful mosaic maps in the monument at the top of the site. Be buried but I don't want it here! Well, there are, wouldn't that probably also. ERGO: The reason for the establishment of such memorials is it so, the distraught.
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  • Extremely well kept grounds. The ranger was very knowledgeable, professional and friendly. Was our second visit, but my sister' first. Very sobering experience.  more »
  • A wonderful place for remember all those Americans🇺🇸 that fought for the Italy. ~God Bless America~ ❤️🇺🇸
  • Is a touching place in a beautiful area surrounded by the Hills of Tuscany.
  • A Vietnam Vet who stopped by to pay my respects. They gave so much. God Bless
  • Meticulously maintained and pristine grounds. A sad place to visit.. inspiring and I'm glad we saw it. Peaceful and serene.
  • Great care in this beautiful place that is worth a visit for the history and respect for those who fought for our freedom
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