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In Falciani, not far from Tavarnuzze, in a green and suggestive valley, you can find the Florence American Cemetery and Memorial.

Posted on 22/5/2013

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On the via Senese, just outside Florence and near Galluzzo, there is a place of great interest, the Cimitero degli Allori (cemetery “of laurels”).

Posted on 27/8/2018

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Along the via Aretina, on the banks of the Arno, lies the British Commonwealth War Cemetery.
Posted on 22/7/2013

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The Appennines were stage of terrible days, aerial bombardments, ferocious fights, retaliation on civilians and massacres. The winners of the Second World War allowed Germany to have cemeteries built in the country where the war took place just in the ’50 and the numbers are impressive: in the cemetery rest more than 31.000 soldiers

Posted on 22/5/2013

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It was later extended and the workers included Giacomo Roster, Ugo Giusti and, ultimately, Adolfo Natalini.

Posted on 1/12/2013

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