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Monumento ai Caduti di Dogali

Viale Luigi Einaudi, Rome, Italy
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Egyptian obelisk

We found this monument by mistake, on our way to Termini station. It's a commemorative monument... read more

Reviewed 28 January 2018
Alexandra-Iulia D
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Monument (obelisk) to the battle of Dogali....

Originally one of a pair from Egypt, now it makes up a monument to the fallen 500 soldiers of the... read more

Reviewed 7 January 2018
JnVSydney
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7 Jan 2018
“Monument (obelisk) to the battle of Dogali....”
28 Jan 2018
“Egyptian obelisk ”
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Reviewed 28 January 2018 via mobile

We found this monument by mistake, on our way to Termini station. It's a commemorative monument which proves the bravery of Roman people. I believe it's one of the Egyptian obelisks in Rome.

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Reviewed 7 January 2018

Originally one of a pair from Egypt, now it makes up a monument to the fallen 500 soldiers of the battle of Dogali. It sits in a fairly dodgy park that is in disrepair, however being lovers of obelisks definitely worth visiting.

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