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Filippo Corridoni

Pausula [in 1931 renamed Corridonia] 1887 - San Martino del Carso 1915
Italian trade unionist and syndicalist. He fell in a battle with the Austrian army during World War I.
(Wikipedia)
Alessandro Marzaroli
1927

Parma /  Filippo Corridoni   Parma /  Filippo Corridoni

Description

13 meters tall monumen with a bronze statue of Corridoni, at the moment he was shot. It stands on marble stele with allegorical high reliefs, which in turn stands on a square base of pink marble with four heads, four eagles and four sentences of Corridoni. The epigraph is by the Parmesan poet Ildebrando Cocconi.

Parma - Filippo Corridoni
Vampa rivoluzionara / Flame of Revolution
Two men with a torch
Parma - Filippo Corridoni
Povertà / Poverty
Skinny man
Parma - Filippo Corridoni
Fede / Faith
Angel
Parma - Filippo Corridoni
Amore / Love
Man and woman holding hands

Inscription(s)

a FILIPPO CORRIDONI
che tvtte accolse nel maganimo cvore
le passioni della plebe italiana
santificandole
volontario della morte e della gloria
fra i canti della patria
svl crvento calvario delle frasche


xxvii ottobre a v°

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Tags

  • Country: Italy
  • Corridoni, Filippo
  • Faith (Fides)
  • Love
  • Marzaroli, Alessandro
  • Poverty
  • Revolution
  • Soldier
  • Locatie (N 44°48'8" - E 10°19'21")

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