The Commonwealth Anzio War Cemetery is to be found about a kilometre from Anzio town in Italy. It is a very special and communal cemetery for the local and surrounding peoples. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anzio War Cemetery"
The Campo dei Miracoli (Field of Miracles) is the heart of the city of Pisa, Tuscany, Italy ( ). It is a wide, walled area, partly paved and partly grassed, dominated by four great religious edifices: the Duomo, the Leaning Tower (the cathedral's campanile), the Baptistery and the Camposanto. ...more on Wikipedia about "Campo dei Miracoli"
The Campo di Verano cemetery is a famous cemetery in Rome that was founded in the early 19th century. The Cemetery is currently divided into sections: the Jewish cemetery, the Catholic cemetery and the monument to the victims of the first world war. ...more on Wikipedia about "Campo di Verano cemetery"
The Catacombs of Rome are ancient Jewish and Christian underground burial places near Rome, Italy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Catacombs of Rome"
Cimitero degli Inglesi is the Italian name of: ...more on Wikipedia about "Cimitero degli Inglesi"
The Cimitero Monumentale in Milan, Italy is a very large cemetery located on the square given its name, Piazzale del Cimitero Monumentale. Near the heart of Milan, the cemetery was designed by the architect Carlo Maciachini (1818-1899). It opened in 1866 and since then has been filled with a wide range of both contemporary and classical Italian sculptures as well as Greek temples, elaborate obelisks, and other original works such as a scaled-down version of Trajan's Column. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cimitero Monumentale di Milano"
The English Cemetery is in Piazzale Donatello, Florence, Italy. ...more on Wikipedia about "English Cemetery, Florence"
The Protestant Cemetery ( Italian: Cimitero protestante), officially called the Cimitero acattolico ("Non-Catholic Cemetery") and often referred to as the Cimitero degli Inglesi ("English Cemetery") is a cemetery in Rome, located near Porta San Paolo alongside the Pyramid of Cestius, a small-scale Egyptian-style pyramid built in 30 BCE as a tomb and later incorporated into the section of the Aurelian Walls that borders the cemetery. Mediterranean cypress trees and other foliage in the cemetary cause it to mirror the more natural style of cemeteries seen in the lusher regions of northern Europe. As the name of the cemetery indicates, it is the final resting place of non- Catholics (not only Protestants or English people). ...more on Wikipedia about "Protestant Cemetery, Rome"
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