Trip Planner:   Europe  /  Italy  /  Abruzzo  /  Province of Chieti  /  Torino di Sangro  /  Historic Sites  /  Sangro River War Cemetery
Sangro River War Cemetery, Torino di Sangro
(4.9/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
Sangro River War Cemetery is located in Torino di Sangro. To visit Sangro River War Cemetery on your trip to Torino di Sangro, use our Torino di Sangro trip generator.
Create a full Torino di Sangro itinerary

Plan your trip to Torino di Sangro

  • Get a personalized plan

    A complete day-by-day itinerary
    based on your preferences
  • Customize it

    Refine your plan. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Book it

    Choose from the best hotels
    and activities. Up to 50% off
  • Manage it

    Everything in one place.
    Everyone on the same page.
  • Visited on a beautiful October day, along the way include the right directions to the place that is located on a side street. A place of memory more than a cemetery, Garden more than a cemetery, full of color and life memories. Beautifully maintained, surrounded by an olive grove that accentuates the sacredness of the place. That their sacrifice we can be an example.
    View original
  • Come back often to visit this place. Really is maintained in excellent condition. Silence and remembrance to the fallen. Really moving.
    View original
  • We live practically next door, a few hundred meters, it often happens that I take a bike ride or walk. Punctually when they step in front of the entrance of the cemetery, I can't help but get in. Every time I get emotional every time I stop hours to reflect on what can do the darker side and cruel man. Every time I think the young li, died to allow among others, to me to build the House next door and my girls to have a future (the cemetery is located on the gustav line), each time is a whirlwind of multiple emotions: anger, hope, sadness and happiness. Thanks guys. The garden is perfect, neat, clean, quiet, the place is wonderful (I'm biased though), maintenance is manic, illustrations of what happened are punctual and in two languages. Worth seeing, maybe together with our children.
    View original
  • A beautiful memorial to the brave men and women that sacrificed their lives for so many others freedom. May the world never forget. Thank You !
  • Beautiful serene place to honor all that fought and died here for Britain (and the free world!) in WWII. Very humbling place if you're in the area definitely worth the visit. And remember to be respectful when visiting
  • A peaceful haven with views on the rolling green hills, it's the resting place of some 2600 Commonwealth WWII soldiers.
  • Very well kept and evocative. An easy walk from the riserva naturale della Lecceta di Torino di Sangro through a nature trail. Absolutely worth visiting both places.
    View original
  • Place showing the sacrifice of young came, literally, on the other side of the world. Affects how it is held in high esteem and respect by the descendants of those people.
    View original