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Bersagliere Monument
Veneto

Nel 1965 viene inaugurato il Monumento al Bersagliere sulle rive del Piave, “Fiume sacro alla Patria”.

La scultura, collocata sopra ad un fortino di guerra è la riproduzione del Bersagliere di Porta Pia a Roma ed è stata fusa col bronzo di vari cannoni accuratamente ricercati.

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Uploaded: 11/05/2009
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