Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II, Venice

(3/5 based on 70 reviews on the web)
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  • Impressive monument and inappropriate, obscene and disrespectful to what it symbolizes in the place where it was placed. A person who makes his creative side for the sake of the party and for fame, not an artist. Despite his obvious talents. All to celebrate the unification of Italy in 1861, but few people know that on that date were missing both Rome and Venetia (attached with the plebiscite of 21-22 July 1866). All triumph of this annexation relaxed as a positive thing ... But if it were to be considered positive, because the lion, symbol of a civilization, chained and bleeding is delivered to a King who stands above him trampling?
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  • This is an attractive monument along the waterfront a short distance from the Piazza San Marco. Worth a stop for some pics as you walk along and admire the historical buildings. 
  • Monument to King Vittorio Emmanuel II, who United Italy, perhaps there is even in every small town: just like we have Lenin and in Turkey-Ataturk. Venice is no exception. Of course the King on horseback, all from the bronze age. In my opinion, this Italian King in virtually all cities represented on horseback. Monument at the end of the 19th century, and in 2011 the year the monument was completely renovated.
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