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Sicily Rome American Cemetery and Memorial

Piazza John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1, 00048 Nettuno, Italy
+39 06 988 0284
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Piazza John Fitzgerald Kennedy 1, 00048 Nettuno, Italy
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+39 06 988 0284
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"visitor center"
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"american cemetery"
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"buried here"
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"ultimate sacrifice"
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"resting place"
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"day trip"
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"men and women"
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"world war ii"
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"humbling experience"
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"minute walk"
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"termini station"
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"medal of honor recipients"
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"their lives"
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Reviewed yesterday

One could probable spend a day or less here. It has a terrific well done education center with info on the WW 2 in the area. The cemetery itself is perfectly manicured and it contains the remains of over 7,200 brave soldiers of the Sicily...More

Thank Talini
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a beautiful & well maintained memorial to men and women who sacrificed so much for the World. There is a lot of history about World War II and particularly in Italy. I was honored to learn about the history and pay respects to...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

After leaving the seashore towns, we headed north to Nettuno and the Piazza John Fitzgerald Kennedy – where we entered the Sicily–Rome American Cemetery and Memorial, which is a cemetery in Italy for American military personnel who were killed in World War II. Unfortunately, we...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Very peaceful resting place for GIs. The grounds are well maintained and beautiful. When we visited there were only a handful of people there (very different than the cemetery at Omaha Beach in France). Visitors center staff was very welcoming.

Thank mmathis21
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Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

This cemetery is a must visit, especially for Americans. It’s a beautiful way to honor and pay tribute to the thousands of people that lost their lives for others and never made it home. Luca was a gracious, informed, and kind host, who clearly loves...More

Thank aplacetobebelieved
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Reviewed 8 May 2018

Very peaceful well maintained Memorial. Parking at the site is extremely limited (9 spots). Appears most park across the road at the MacDonalds. Recommend time at the Visitor Center to include watching the informative film.

Thank fssutton1
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Reviewed 7 April 2018 via mobile

To visit the Cemetery and Memorial is a moving, emotional experience. It commemorates American service members who fell in the campaigns in Sicily and mainland Italy through the liberation of Rome. A temporary wartime Cemetery was established here on January 24, 1944, two days after...More

Thank Glenn S
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Reviewed 22 January 2018

very clean, well maintained, a historical place in Nettuno. You can walk there easly, cementary is big but well marked

Thank boguszka
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Reviewed 29 October 2017

This was one of my favorite experience in life. Is beautiful, they are taking a good care of their fallen. That's a lot of peace in this place and remind us to never forget the history.

2  Thank Aldo G
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Reviewed 22 October 2017

My father landed at Anzio during WW II so I wanted to visit the cemetery as a day trip from Rome. The cemetery is about an hour by train from Termini station. It was a leisurely train ride, stopping at the small towns between Rome...More

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Erik T
29 May 2017|
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Response from Talini | Reviewed this property |
We had a guide, so that helped. We spent about 21/2 hrs. there. Worth every minute. Short video, good walk through interactive displays and finally the cemetery. Make certain you take the time to walk to the through the... More
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SimonMcShannon
9 March 2017|
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Response from sunfanSeattle | Reviewed this property |
I can't help you with the public transport question, but there are no admission costs. Very nice visitor center just inside the cemetery gates on the right that doubles as an informative museum. Enjoy your visit!
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cthelight2017
12 February 2017|
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This isn't very helpful but I saw no taxi's at the train station. I would perhaps try to make transportation accommodations in advance. There is no uber outside of Rome and my experience in Nettuno was pretty isolated. its... More
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