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Home / Guide / Discover the area / Art And Culture / Inscribed Pillars And Memorial Stones / Commemorative stones in piazza Cavour

Commemorative stones in piazza Cavour

1) War bulletin n. 1278 regarding the victory in the World War I, signed by Diaz on 4/11/98 (by the main door of the city hall)

2) Delivery of the Gold Medal for Civil Valour to the City of Rimini for his actions during World War II from 1940 to 1945 - DPR 16/1/61 (stairs to the  Tower of Palazzo dell'Arengo)

3) Memorial stone for those who suffered and died in the name of one's own country - 22 settembre 1954 (under the arcades of palazzo dell'Arengo soon after the arch)

4) Memorial stone for the fallen during the struggle for the indipendence of Italy (the original stone, 1878, was destroyed dyring the bombings on 28/12/43) (under the arcades after the stairs to the tower of Palazzo dell'Arengo)

5) Memorial stone for all the fallen during the wars on the occasion centenary of Italian unification on 4/11/60 (under the arcades of Palazzo dell'Arengo next to the door to the Sala degli Archi)

6) Memorial to the soldiers of all the continents, partisans and civilians who died in 1944 - on the occasion of the 35° anniversary - 21/9/79 (In the foot of the stairs to the tower of Palazzo dell'Arengo)

7) Memorial stone dedicated to Alberto Marvelli - 10/11/96 (under the arcades of Palazzo dell'Arengo)

8) Memorial stone dedicated to Giovanni Venerucci affiliated to the Giovane Italia (Young Italy), shot in Cosenza on 25/7/44 (under the arcades of Palazzo dell'Arengo next to the door of the Sala degli Archi)

9) Memorial stone dedicated to Giuseppe Garibaldi (under the arcades ofl Palazzo dell'Arengo)

10) Memorial stone dedicated toa Gabriele D'Annunzio - 1/4/38 

11) Memorial stone dedicated toa Giuseppe Mazzini

12) Delivery of thev Golden Bull to the teutonic order in Rimini by the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II of Swabia in 1226 (written in Italian and German) (next to the main entrance to the Palazzo dell'Arengo)

13) Memorial stone in memory of those killed at work  (Arengo).

Last update date: 20/09/2016 - 13:18