The War Cemeteries

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Two important war cemeteries are an integral part of the WW2 museum system in Tuscany, in particular in relation to the Battles of the Giogo and with fight along the central Tuscan-Emilian Apennines: the American Cemetery of the Falciani and the German Military Cemetery of the Futa Pass. There, they are buried tens of thousands of soldiers who fought in Tuscany in WW2. We will never forget them.

Main Cemeteries

British War Cemeteries

The British preferred to leave the bodies of the fallen of the Commonwealth of Nations in small cemeteries, closer to the battlefields.

Among these we remember some of those we will talk about. In Tuscany: Florence War Cemetery, near the Girone, Florence; English War Cemetery in Indicatore, Arezzo; Foiano della Chiana War Cemetery. In Emilia-Romagna: Military Cemetery of the Santerno Valley (287 fallen); Montecchio Canadian Military Cemetery (582 fallen); Gradara Military Cemetery (1191 fallen); Gurkha cemetery in Rimini (790 fallen); Coriano Ridge Military Cemetery (1939 fallen); Cesena Military Cemetery (775 fallen); Meldola Military Cemetery (145 fallen); Forlì Military Cemetery (738 fallen); Forlì Indian Cemetery (1264 fallen, of which 769 cremated); Faenza Military Cemetery (1152 fallen). Somewhere else: … 

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