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Monumento Nacional aos Mortos da Segunda Guerra Mundial

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Monument to the Dead of World War II

The Monument to the Dead of World War II (locally called Monumento Nacional aos Mortos da Segunda... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Tassaduqhussain51
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Multan, Pakistan
A&R in Rio

If you are interested in a war information, this is a place to visit. Nice statues outside of the... read more

Reviewed 26 March 2016
Asko M
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Espoo, Finland
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“Monument to the Dead of World War II”
26 Mar 2016
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Monument to the Dead of World War II (locally called Monumento Nacional aos Mortos da Segunda Guerra Mundial) is mausoleum of 467 soldiers of Brazil army who died in action in Italy during World War II (1939-45 AD). They were buried in a cemetery...More

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Reviewed 26 March 2016 via mobile

If you are interested in a war information, this is a place to visit. Nice statues outside of the museum. Located in the park in which is nice to walk after the visit.

Thank Asko M
Reviewed 2 January 2016 via mobile

We walked over to the military museum enticed by the beautiful monument that we had seen in the distance. There does not appear to be the appropriate infrastructure to get to the museum by foot, as this entails crossing a couple of busy roads with...More

1  Thank Luke W
Reviewed 9 July 2015

We walked over after visiting the Modern Art Museum (MAM), I highly recommend going while it's still sunny out. We tried to get a taxi to leave shortly after sunset and even the taxi driver warned us never to be around that area after dark...

Thank evyboo
Reviewed 9 June 2015

The monument is fantastic, I love it, but I have an advice for the tourists: go there by taxi or car, i.e. never consider to cross the 'Avenue Aterro do Flamengo' in front of it by foot. It is very dangerous because of the high...More

1  Thank Aniella2015
Reviewed 4 May 2015

Me and my 2.5 old boy went there to see a P-47 Thunderbolt exposed there. Given that he love airplanes, this was a great idea. Unfortunately the airplane is about to go back to Aerospace museum in Campo dos Afonso (deserves a visit)! At this...More

Thank RafaToledo
Reviewed 11 January 2015

As well as the statue there is a good museum here. For a European, it really showed me that the war really involved the whole world and soldiers from as far away as Brazil were going to the war zones, fighting and dying. The commander...More

1  Thank george2997
Reviewed 30 December 2014

An interesting construction near the Modern Art Museum. All Brazilian soldiers that died in the second world war are buried in there.

Thank mvq2014
Reviewed 3 June 2014

This monument, with a beautiful modern non-traditional architecture, is remembering a history of the Brazilian soldiers in the 2nd World War. The texts (in Portugal and English) on tables and the artifacts are describing all the facts about the Brazilian participation in the 2nd WW...More

2  Thank Ondrej N
Reviewed 25 April 2014

This place has a beautiful architectural design aligned with the respect and love that should be given to those who fought and died for the cause of the common good. The bodies of the fallen and brave Brazilian soldiers are buried there along with a...More

1  Thank Joelo-A
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