British Military Cemetery (Cimitero Militare Inglese)

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This British Military Cemetery (Cimitero Militare Inglese) is a memory about the WWII in Latium. The cemetery contains the tombs of a little group of British warriors died on the camps of battle for Rome. To this cemetery corresponds the French military one located to the north of the city. The American military cemetery is located in Nettuno.

British Military Cemetery (Cimitero Militare Inglese) beyond Pyramid of Gaius Cestius
The Aurelian's wall beyond the the unique funerary monument of Piramide di Caio Cestio (Pyramid of Gaius Cestius) surrounds small burial ground, the British Military Cemetery, where the soldiers who fell at the end of WW II now rest. The British Military Cemetery is close by Non-Catholic Cemetery/ Protestant Cemetery/ Cemetery of the English (Cimitero Acattolico o degli Inglesi) in Rome.

Address:
British Military Cemetery (Cimitero Militare Inglese)
Via Ottavio Leoni (Via Caio Cestio)
00153, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Zone: Rione Testaccio (Roma centro)
British Military Cemetery (Cimitero Militare Inglese) is Shown By "Map J Zone" As "55"

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