Statue of Garibaldi. Around the pedestal is a bronze relief.
Front: an eagle with a laurel wreath and at the corners two winged female figures, vmanità (Humanity) and patria (Fatherland)
Right: o roma o morte (Garibaldi's battle cry, transl. 'Rome or death': scene with soldiers leaving their home.
Back: aspromonte: Garibaldi wounded between his soldiers.
Garibaldi, landing in Aspromonte with 3,000 volunteers in his march towards Rome, was defeated and captured on August 29, 1862 in the Battle of Aspromonte.
Left: pisa: Garibaldi, wounded in his leg and foot, arriving in Pisa on a stretcher (1862).
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Fond. Grescenzi Roma.
- Ettore Ferrari (Roma 1845 - Roma 1929),
Location N 43°42'59" E 10°24'7"
Item Code: itto006; Photograph: 7 May 2017
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