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A must see , the story is very touching !

This story and the pictures made me cry , a german officer was killed so the germans decided to get... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Phil570
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Bolton, United Kingdom
Ein ergreifendes Denkmal und Erlebnis

Da die meisten Kommentare in Englisch sind und grösstenteils sehr holperig bis unverständlich... read more

Reviewed 6 August 2017
Erik E
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This story and the pictures made me cry , a german officer was killed so the germans decided to get 40 people out of their houses at random and kill them to get their own back. They were mainly young people & some females that...More

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Reviewed 6 August 2017

Da die meisten Kommentare in Englisch sind und grösstenteils sehr holperig bis unverständlich übersetzt, mache ich in dieser Sprache weiter: On June 20, 1944 the German MD Dr. Kurt Staudacher and a lieutenant were having a drink in Gubbio as, unexpectedly, shots were fired. Dr....More

1  Thank Erik E
Reviewed 30 July 2017 via mobile

The amount of bravery these men and women had is touching. The place is so sad even more so keeping the wall where the Germans shot them to death. Bullet holes still there.. I highly recommend to see this

Thank Sarajean1997
Reviewed 17 June 2017

It almost seems crass and sacrilegious to rate this moving place as an "attraction", but if it means that more people might visit it, so be it. I won't repeat the tragic story behind this mausoleum, as other reviewers have already done so, but it...More

Thank johnhouston2
Reviewed 2 April 2017

Not an easy site to visit. It is the final resting place of forty Gubbians who were murdered because two German solders were killed by Partisans. I necessary reminder of the horrors of war. Should be included on any touristic visit to Gubbio, which is...More

Thank MJMartino
Reviewed 24 August 2016

Containing the remains of 40 men/teenagers from Gubbio who were rounded up and killed by the occupying Nazis in retaliation for an earlier bombing by partisans which killed Nazi soldiers and officers. The mausoleum is fittingly somber and peaceful. Sadly, it's not the only such...More

Thank Mike N
Reviewed 25 February 2015

This is a very important reminder of the souls that were killed because of the partisans of world war 2. The martirs in the memorial were killed by the Germans in world war 2. Partisans killed germans in a caffe by throwing a grenade where...More

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