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The Vanished Army


La Spezia, Italy

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Views 1028 at January – 21 – 2013

Featured in A Place To Call Home Group November – 11 – 2010

Featured in Where on Earth is This Group November – 11 – 2010

Featured in Country Bumpkin Group November – 11 – 2010

Featured in The World As We See It , or as we missed it Group November – 11 – 2010

Featured in Honour the Dead Group June – 15 – 2010

Placed 2nd in Everything Ends Group – Cemeteries, etc Challenge June – 07 – 2010

Featured in Amazing Graves Group February – 19 – 2010

Featured in Live and Let Live Group September -09 – 2009

Featured in Mood & Ambience – Strictly Photos Groups September -08 – 2009

When first I saw this location,I have cry……I have cry like a mother…that has lose her son

The cemetery is a Italian National Monument

Belongs to the Ministry for the Goods and the Cultural Activities of Italy

Military War Memorial of Redipuglia

Italy’s largest First World War Memorial rises from the western face of the Mont Sei Busi at Redipuglia, just inland from the Gulf of Trieste. During the War, this area was bitterly fought over. Though it is not very high, Sei Busi allows outstanding views from its summit, up to the first slopes of the Carso plateau. Here on monumental terraces are buried the remains of 100,187 fallen: 39,857 known and 60,330 unknown

At the main monument’s lowest level stands the impressive resting place of the Duke of Aosta, Commander of the Third Army which fought in this area during the War. The placement gives the impression of the deployment on the battlefield of a great military force with its leader at its head. The Duke, who died in 1931, was laid here in accordance with his wish to lie amongst his soldiers. His grave is covered with a 75-ton monolith of porphyry.

From this level begin rising the terrace containing the remains of the 40,000 known soldiers who fell during the war, and whose names are inscribed in individual plaques of bronze. On the topmost terrace, in two large common graves that flank the votive chapel, lie the remains of 60,000 unknown soldiers. Close by are the graves of 72 sailors, and 56 frontier guards.

At the summit of the monument rise three large bronze crosses, symbols at once of the ultimate sacrifice and of the hope of ascension to God. Behind the votive chapel is a small museum and observation deck.

About one km west from Redipuglia is a well-maintained cemetery with the remains of 14,406 Austro-Hungarian soldiers who fell during the war, and whose remains have been transferred from a number of graveyards in the area.

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