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David wrote a review Aug 2020
Oxford, United Kingdom988 contributions393 helpful votes
Whilst very well maintained and an entirely fitting memorial to the fallen, the site is not accessible. You can view it from the street. Or at least, it wasn't accessible when I visited.
Date of experience: August 2020
Deepa M wrote a review Sep 2018
Leicester, United Kingdom683 contributions92 helpful votes
This war memorial was close to our hotel so we walked over one evening to have a look. It is pretty magnificent to look at, and appears to be well maintained.
Date of experience: July 2018
2 Helpful votes
Borzov wrote a review Sep 2017
Rijeka, Croatia4,389 contributions1,066 helpful votes
The temple was inaugurated in 1928 as a memento to the war casualties from the First World War. It was erected in Piazza Sant’Ambrogio by design of Giovanni Muzio and his collaborators Gio Ponti and Tomasso Buzzi. The monument is inspired by the 16th century architecture but the contemporary aesthetic of the era is visible in various sculptures and details.…
Date of experience: August 2017
1 Helpful vote
yegor_b wrote a review May 2017
Minsk, Belarus3,429 contributions112 helpful votes
This is a memorial to Italian soldiers who died in the First World War. It's placed near Basilica Sant'Ambrogio and I'm not sure it needs a special visit.
Date of experience: April 2017
Ulrikbuchert wrote a review Jul 2016
Odense, Denmark414 contributions146 helpful votes
We happened upon this War Memorial by chance and walked in to have a look. It's a memorial for Milanese victims of the two World Wars. On the exterior of the octagonal temple different battlefields are listed, on the inside (down a spiral staircase) there are the names of dead soldiers of WWI. Another monument which houses the remains of almost 4600 soldiers can be found underground (although invisible from aboveground). Very interesting place to visit for 15-30 minutes…
Date of experience: July 2016