Monumental Cemetery of Staglieno
Piazzale Giovanni Battista Resasco, 16137 Genova GE, Italy
About Monumental Cemetery of Staglieno
The monumental cemetery of Staglieno (in Ligurian Çimiteio de Stagén ) is the largest burial site in Genoa and is one of the most important monumental cemeteries in Europe. There are buried illustrious children of the Ligurian capital and other famous people including one of the fathers of the Italian homeland, Giuseppe Mazzini , the Prime Minister and partisan Ferruccio Parri , the composer of the music of the Italian anthem Michele Novaro , numerous Garibaldini among who Antonio Burlando and
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