Sicily Rome American Cemetery and Memorial, Nettuno

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Sicily–Rome American Cemetery and Memorial is a World War II American military war grave cemetery, located in Nettuno, near Anzio, Italy. The cemetery, containing 7,858 American war dead, covers 77 acres (31 ha) and was dedicated in 1956. It is administered by the American Battle Monuments Commission.
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  • As part of our vacation in Italy, we made a special trip to this cemetery. My Uncle was killed near Nattuno while serving in the US Army during WWII. This is a beautiful and very well maintained... 
    As part of our vacation in Italy, we made a special trip to this cemetery. My Uncle was killed near Nattuno while serving in the US Army during WWII. This is a beautiful and very well maintained...  more »
  • I am an American and live in Nettuno, a short walk to the WW II American Cemetery — just under 8,000 of the 50-odd thousand that gave their lives in the battles between Sicily and Rome. On my last... 
    I am an American and live in Nettuno, a short walk to the WW II American Cemetery — just under 8,000 of the 50-odd thousand that gave their lives in the battles between Sicily and Rome. On my last...  more »
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  • I went here a couple of years ago for work. They've changed the old family rooms into a nice little museum, telling the stories of some of the men and women resting here. As all the American Battlefield Memorials and Cemeteries it is extremely well kept. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable. It is a nice place to visit and reflect on the history of man.
  • I went to visit my grandmother's older brother who was killed in 1944 at the age of 21. James Eugene Sutphin. I left a sunflower for him. I told my grandmother what a beautiful place he has for his final resting.Thank you to those who look after him and his fellow heroes. It is truly remarkable how peaceful and well cared for the cemetary is after all these years. Uncle Gene never came home to West Virginia, but he isn't forgotten by us 🇺🇸

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