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Monument to the Fallen

The monument is one of the most symbolic works realized in Forlì during the Fascist regime; it is an exemplary model of communication designed to symbolize and recall a glorious past. Its location was decided based on a far-reaching urban vision that imagined Forlì as a city of considerable size and importance (even though  the grand project - seen in the first image in the present file - would never be realized). Also of particular interest are the high reliefs on the plinth, carved by Bernardino Boifava, and the Victory at the top, a bronze sculpture by Benedetto Morescalchi. The Monument to the Fallen appears in all guidebooks on Forlì and is one of the images of the city that visitors remember most and it is a distinctive feature and the completion of Viale Mussolini; it therefore represents an important part of an open-air museum itinerary along the road.

Links

www.southeast-europe.net

Official web page of the South-East Europe Programme

mdrl.ro

Official web page of Romanian Ministry of Regional Development and Tourism

www.mop.gov.si

Official web page of Ministry of the environment and spatial planning of Republic of Slovenia

www.programmasee.it

Italian contact point for the South East Europe Programme

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