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Sacrario Militare dei Caduti d'Oltremare, Bari, Province of Bari, Apulia, Italy

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Location Category ID: 5710
Added to Database: 22 January 2011
Last Edited: 22 January 2011
Address: Via Giovanni Gentile, 70126 Bari
Telephone: 080.5530330
Email:
Opening Times:
Official Website: Esercito Italiano
Other Links: MILES Forum
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Latitude, Longitude: 41.11006093 , 16.90488786
Location Accuracy: 7
Tanks Previously Here: Short term:
1: L3/33 Tankette - Caserma M.O. Felice Trizio, Altamura, Province of Bari, Apulia, Italy (Not the Sacrario but the Piazza del Ferrarese Murat)


The Sacrario Militare dei Caduti d'Oltremare (Military Memorial to the Fallen Overseas) was opened on 10 December 1967 on the outskirts of Bari, on the way to Brindisi. The structure houses the remains of more than 70,000 Italians who died in foreign lands. These lands include Greece, Albania, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Germany and the Mediterranean Sea, in the First and Second World Wars.
The complex resembles a similar shrine in Tripoli and includes a historical museum. This recalls the various stages of the Second World War, and displays numerous military documents, photographs, uniforms, weapons and personal effects. Outside, in the park surrounding the shrine, there are display areas for tanks and artillery. The tanks were moved away in spring 2008; it is believed that this was for restoration, but no details are known (source: M. Foti).

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Taken: 2010 (Estimated)
Contributor: Bing Maps
Location Photo ID: 394
Added: 22 January 2011
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Taken: 2009 (Estimated)
Contributor: Google Street View
Location Photo ID: 395
Added: 22 January 2011
Views: 83
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