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Tempio della Vittoria


"Next to Sant'Ambrogio"

Opposite the Garibaldi barracks stands the marble monument opened on 4 Nov 1928, the tenth anniversary of Vittorio Veneto, which the Milan people dedicated to those who had lost their lives in the First World War. The monument was built between 1927 and 1930 after a troubled time, according to the plans of Giovanni Muzio in collaborazione di Alberto Alpago Novello, Ottavio Cabiati and Giò Ponti. The building has an octagonal shape, is spread over three floors and a wide range of materials were used in its construction. It boasts various monuments from the 'Mausoleo di Teodorico' to the 'Rosa dei Venti di Atene'. Above the ciborium is the electric beacon which is supposedly visible for 15km. This famous monument, rebuilt after the Second World War, due to consoderable damage, is surrounded by many statues in the niches and ledges. As well as the works of Lombardi, Supino, Maiocchi and Zamboni, the Sant'Ambrogio by Adolfo Wildt stands out.
Piazza Sant'Ambrogio, Milan, Italy, 20123
"Next to Sant'Ambrogio"
Opposite the Garibaldi barracks stands the marble monument opened on 4 Nov 1928, the tenth anniversary of Vittorio Veneto, which the Milan people dedicated to those who had lost their lives in the First World War. The monument was built between 1927 and 1930 after a troubled time, according to the plans of Giovanni Muzio in collaborazione di Alberto Alpago Novello, Ottavio Cabiati and Giò Ponti. The building has an octagonal shape, is spread over three floors and a wide range of materials were used in its construction. It boasts various monuments from the 'Mausoleo di Teodorico' to the 'Rosa dei Venti di Atene'. Above the ciborium is the electric beacon which is supposedly visible for 15km. This famous monument, rebuilt after the Second World War, due to consoderable damage, is surrounded by many statues in the niches and ledges. As well as the works of Lombardi, Supino, Maiocchi and Zamboni, the Sant'Ambrogio by Adolfo Wildt stands out.
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