Some of the poppies represent the British soldiers killed in action in Italy on the Austro-Hungarian front during the First World War.
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Before World War II, Aulla was a sleepy rural town filled with pretty squares and pleasant streets.
Day Two of the walk included the opening of the new memorial in Chiesa di Rossano and then a hike up to Due Sante.
The inspiration behind the story of a farmer from Lunigiana called up to serve in World War One.
At 10am on Thursday, 3 July 2014, a new World War II monument will be inaugurated at Rossano in Zeri.
Remembering the British airmen who died at Bratto in November 1943 and the villagers who continue to honour them.
Daniele Bucchioni was one of the great partisan leaders of World War II. He worked closely with the British and was awarded the King’s Medal and an OBE.
Early May is the time to see the daffodils up at the Prati di Logarghena.