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Monumento al Marinaio d'Italia

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Monumento al Marinaio d'Italia

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Viale Duca degli Abruzzi, 72100 Brindisi Italy
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Europe Explorer Grand Tour “Mediterranean Route”

Europe Explorer Grand Tour “Mediterranean Route'', is a great possibility for travelers looking for a special experience by visiting the best of Southern Italy’s (Apennine peninsula) and the Illyrian (Balkan) Peninsula’s ancient and modern civilizations' inheritance. Which are considered to be a very important part of Western Civilisation as Central Mediterranean. In this tour you will explore and enjoy the rich cultural inheritance, nature, history, traditions, multi-ethnicity, multi-religion, etc. It is a specially designed program, trying to optimize all “must see’' places for this part of South Italy and West Albania. <br> Important Places to be Visited: Tirana, Durres, Bari, Naples, Caserto, Pompeii Amalfi, Salerno, Cilento, Cosenza, Messina, Catania, Agrigento, Palermo, Cefalù, Reggio Calabria, Crotone, Matera, Taranto, Leuca, Lecce, Brindisi, Alberobello, and Bari.
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Milton Kanno wrote a review Jul 2020
Sao Paulo, SP10,151 contributions25,724 helpful votes
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An honor for sailors who died at war and a symbol of Mussolini s time. Although it remindes sad period and italian losses, it represents also the end of fighting and a holy period when it was finished. It menas a lot for the city and the people who live there. Simple and meaningfull. Good experience.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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The Big Gay Podcast from Puglia wrote a review Jun 2020
Puglia, Italy510 contributions14 helpful votes
The Monument to Italian Sailors (“lu monumentu” as its known by residents) looks impressive, though close-up it is seems smaller than its 54 metres. It stands out historically as well as physically as one of Mussolini’s distinctive monuments; it was he who commissioned it to commemorate the fallen Italian sailors of WWI. Their names are carved in the chapel as also the fallen sailors from WWII.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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laureenofscotts wrote a review Nov 2019
Fort Augustus, United Kingdom95 contributions44 helpful votes
Although this monument is devoted to sailors, we cannot forget that this building was made under Mussolini. The pictures display the history of the building. The entry is free [donation is welcome] but you have to submit your ID or passport.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Stewart M wrote a review Jun 2019
Shrewsbury, United Kingdom538 contributions118 helpful votes
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Recommend visiting. Free of charge but if you are from outside Italy you need photo ID. there is an elevator that goes most of the way to the top. Best view of Brindisi.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Tony36 wrote a review Jun 2019
Crowborough, United Kingdom984 contributions418 helpful votes
An impressive sight from across the bay. Stands out majestically. Free entrance to go in and up on the top. Pity we did not have time.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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