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In searching for a places with military history in the area of Florence, I found this cemetery. My husband loves his history and being a former Marine, I knew we had to make a stop. So glad that we did. Just like Pearl Harbor, it...More
This cemetery is located outside Florence on the way to Chianti. The Italian government gave the land to the United States to honor their liberators, the airmen. It’s in a beautiful spot surrounded by vineyards and olive orchards; the typical Tuscan landscape and illustrates what...More
I visit the American Battle Monument Cemeteries when I am near one. There are so many but all have several things in common. Burial places of young men (mostly) who gave they're all, immaculate grounds, and solemn peaceful environment. I pay my respects to these...More
A must-see site outside of Florence. It is a very moving resting place and pristine location for 4,800 killed-in-action from America. In addition plaques remember an additional 1,800 still listed as missing-in-action. Upon entering go to the back side of the cemetery to visit the...More
This memorial to all the service people is a must see place. Italy shows a great honor to all who help fight for thier freedom by having this built. The grounds are keep imaculate. Take your time and walk all the grounds as there are...More
Located 7 km or a 20 minute ride north of the city center of Florence, is the final resting place for 4,400 Americans, men and women who gave their lives defending our freedom during World War II. These heroes, average age 22, have no one...More
A moving experience in the early morning light as we headed towards Tuscan Hill Towns and wineries. The memorial is a reminder of the cost of freedom and the complex relations between Americans and Europeans.
This memorial cemetery is extremely well presented and maintained. The recognition of the Allied Forces presence in Florence was a revellation to us. The "guide" informed us of the significance of the site before allowing us to explore the grounds. This was quite an emotional...More