Italy - Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery

Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery - World War II - Italy - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com
Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery is one of the war graves in this part of Italy. During World War II the allied forces got stuck at Monte Cassino. To get past this "problem" a landing was made at the Anzio Beach - close to Rome - on the 3rd of  September 1943. Many of the allied casualties from this landing is buried at this cemetery, which has 2,022 war graves.      
   
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Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery is a very quiet and well-kept cemetery - 5 kilometres north of Anzio town.

Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery is a very quiet and well-kept cemetery - 5 kilometres north of Anzio town.
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Some of the many war graves at Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery.

Some of the many war graves at Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery.
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One of the war graves at Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery.

One of the war graves at Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery.
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One of the beautiful trees at Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery.

One of the beautiful trees at Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery.
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There are 2,022 war graves at Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery.

There are 2,022 war graves at Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery.
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The entrance to Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery.

The entrance to Anzio Beach Head War Cemetery.
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