Shrine Shrine Caporetto Caporetto Italian military (shrine of St. Anthony), Slovenia, Detail of the central altar outside. The shrine was built and opened by the Head of State or Government of the time, Benito Mussolini in September 1938, years when the place was still the Italian territory. The project architect and the sculptor Giannino Castiglioni Giovanni Greppi. There lie the remains of Italian soldiers are drawn from the military cemeteries in the area. Among the corpses 7014 there are 1748 that are collected in six unknown graves on either side of the central staircase. Elena Piccini Photography 2011

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title: BRAZIER CENTRAL - Shrine of Caporetto

subject date: 2011-11-02

caption: Shrine Shrine Caporetto Caporetto Italian military (shrine of St. Anthony), Slovenia, Detail of the central altar outside. The shrine was built and opened by the Head of State or Government of the time, Benito Mussolini in September 1938, years when the place was still the Italian territory. The project architect and the sculptor Giannino Castiglioni Giovanni Greppi. There lie the remains of Italian soldiers are drawn from the military cemeteries in the area. Among the corpses 7014 there are 1748 that are collected in six unknown graves on either side of the central staircase. Elena Piccini Photography 2011

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image century : XXI

image epoch: Anni Trenta

subject century: XX

subject epoch: Anni Trenta

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Austriafascismarchitecturefallenintermentgravesacrarioaltarfire bowlFirst World WarKobaridThe G.m.The World WarItaly

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