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Activists from Extinction Rebellion New York City (XR-NYC) engaged in nonviolent direct action to confront climate change outside City Hall on April 17, 2019, demanding a declaration of Climate Emergency and the pursuit of policies to reach zero emissions in the city by 2025. The Extinction Rebellion (XR) movement held similar actions in 38 cities in the U.S. and 49 countries globally, during "International Rebellion Week".

Palestinians have turned out in the streets of Gaza City to commemorate the death of Yasser Arafat. The longstanding Palestinian leader and Fatah movement founder died in 2004, but his death has not been marked in Gaza for 10 years.Palestinians have turned out in the streets of Gaza City to commemorate the death of Yasser Arafat. The longstanding Palestinian leader and Fatah movement founder died in 2004, but his death has not been marked in Gaza for 10 years.
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The italian rapper Gionata Boschetti better known by the pseudonym Sfera Ebbasta performing live on stage at Palapartenope in Napoli with his POPSTAR TOUR 2019The italian rapper Gionata Boschetti better known by the pseudonym Sfera Ebbasta performing live on stage at Palapartenope in Napoli with his POPSTAR TOUR 2019

Italy: Sfera Ebbasta, Popstar Tour 2019

The italian rapper Gionata Boschetti better known by the pseudonym Sfera Ebbasta performing live on stage at Palapartenope in Napoli with his POPSTAR TOUR 2019

Five years after the last recording work, "The Infinite" comes out, the new album by Roberto Vecchioni.
The work contains 12 unreleased tracks and the exceptional return on the music scene of Francesco Guccini who, for the first time, duets with Roberto Vecchioni in the single "Ti Insegnerò a volare", inspired by the great Alex Zanardi.
The singer-songwriter brings this new work to the stage of the Europauditorium Theater in Bologna.Five years after the last recording work, "The Infinite" comes out, the new album by Roberto Vecchioni.
The work contains 12 unreleased tracks and the exceptional return on the music scene of Francesco Guccini who, for the first time, duets with Roberto Vecchioni in the single "Ti Insegnerò a volare", inspired by the great Alex Zanardi.
The singer-songwriter brings this new work to the stage of the Europauditorium Theater in Bologna.

Italy: Italian singer-songwriter Roberto Vecch

Five years after the last recording work, "The Infinite" comes out, the new album by Roberto Vecchioni. The work contains 12 unreleased tracks and the exceptional return on the music scene of Francesco Guccini who, for the first time, duets with Roberto Vecchioni in the single "Ti Insegnerò a volare", inspired by the great Alex Zanardi. The singer-songwriter brings this new work to the stage of the Europauditorium Theater in Bologna.

Guido Catalano was born in Turin in 1971. He has written six books of poetry, the last of which is titled "Pi che che normally m'ammazzo" by Miraggi Edizioni. He performs in amazing readings throughout Italy.Guido Catalano was born in Turin in 1971. He has written six books of poetry, the last of which is titled "Pi che che normally m'ammazzo" by Miraggi Edizioni. He performs in amazing readings throughout Italy.

Italy: TGuido Catalano

Guido Catalano was born in Turin in 1971. He has written six books of poetry, the last of which is titled "Pi che che normally m'ammazzo" by Miraggi Edizioni. He performs in amazing readings throughout Italy.

Indie pop milestone, Franz Ferdinand published February 9, 2018 Always Ascending. Produced by Philippe Zdar of the Cassius, the record renews but does not betray the FF indie pop / rock roots and makes the public and critics fall in love with itself.
Always Ascending is just the last piece of a career that began with the unforgettable debut album Franz Ferdinand (2004) that led the band to be considered today an alternative music institution and one of the most enlightening projects of the new musical millennium.Indie pop milestone, Franz Ferdinand published February 9, 2018 Always Ascending. Produced by Philippe Zdar of the Cassius, the record renews but does not betray the FF indie pop / rock roots and makes the public and critics fall in love with itself.
Always Ascending is just the last piece of a career that began with the unforgettable debut album Franz Ferdinand (2004) that led the band to be considered today an alternative music institution and one of the most enlightening projects of the new musical millennium.

Italy: Indie-rock band Franz Ferdinand performing

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Fantastic Negrito is black roots music for everyone, Blues with a punk attitude from Oakland, California. 
Members of the band are: Xavier Dphrepaulezz, Tomas Salcedo, Nathan Pedly, Quantae Johnson, LJ Holoman, Joshua Nash, Ruthie Price, Omar Maxwell,Masa Kohama, Cornelius MimsFantastic Negrito is black roots music for everyone, Blues with a punk attitude from Oakland, California. 
Members of the band are: Xavier Dphrepaulezz, Tomas Salcedo, Nathan Pedly, Quantae Johnson, LJ Holoman, Joshua Nash, Ruthie Price, Omar Maxwell,Masa Kohama, Cornelius Mims

Italy: Fantastic Negrito live performance

Fantastic Negrito is black roots music for everyone, Blues with a punk attitude from Oakland, California. Members of the band are: Xavier Dphrepaulezz, Tomas Salcedo, Nathan Pedly, Quantae Johnson, LJ Holoman, Joshua Nash, Ruthie Price, Omar Maxwell,Masa Kohama, Cornelius Mims

Super star Demi Lovato performs for the first time in Italy. The only Italian date of his world tour took place at the Unipol Arena in Bologna.Super star Demi Lovato performs for the first time in Italy. The only Italian date of his world tour took place at the Unipol Arena in Bologna.

Italy: Super star Demi Lovato

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Pope Francis greets bishops at the end of his Weekly General Audience in St. Peter's Square in Vatican City, Vatican on September 20, 2017. Pope Francis at his weekly General Audience on Wednesday expressed his closeness to the people of Mexico after the country was hit Tuesday by a powerful earthquake.Pope Francis greets bishops at the end of his Weekly General Audience in St. Peter's Square in Vatican City, Vatican on September 20, 2017. Pope Francis at his weekly General Audience on Wednesday expressed his closeness to the people of Mexico after the country was hit Tuesday by a powerful earthquake.

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Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Amedeo Fiaccheri president of 8th municipality of RomeStudents from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Amedeo Fiaccheri president of 8th municipality of Rome

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Amedeo Fiaccheri president of 8th municipality of Rome

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Amedeo Fiaccheri president of the 8th municipalità of RomeStudents from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Amedeo Fiaccheri president of the 8th municipalità of Rome

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Amedeo Fiaccheri president of the 8th municipalità of Rome

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Amedeo Fiaccheri (C) president of the 8th municipality of RomeStudents from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Amedeo Fiaccheri (C) president of the 8th municipality of Rome

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Amedeo Fiaccheri (C) president of the 8th municipality of Rome

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Students at the Memorial Cementary of Fosse ArdeatineStudents from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Students at the Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Students at the Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Amedeo Fiaccheri (C) president of the 8th municipality of RomeStudents from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Amedeo Fiaccheri (C) president of the 8th municipality of Rome

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Amedeo Fiaccheri (C) president of the 8th municipality of Rome

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Student at the Memorial Cementery of Fosse ArdeatineStudents from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Student at the Memorial Cementery of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Student at the Memorial Cementery of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Students at the Memorial Cementary of Fosse ArdeatineStudents from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Students at the Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Students at the Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse ArdeatineStudents from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse ArdeatineStudents from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse ArdeatineStudents from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims.

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse ArdeatineStudents from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memoria Cementery of Fosse ArdeatineStudents from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memoria Cementery of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memoria Cementery of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse ArdeatineStudents from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine

Students from schools in the Garbatella district, accompanied by their teachers, demonstrated on 03/23/2019 by going to the Fosse Ardeatine where 70 years ago, on 24 March 1944, the German occupation troops, commanded by General Kappler, slaughtered more than 335 people in retaliation against the attack against the SS Bolzano regiment carried out by a partisan cell in via Rasella, in the center of Rome. After the war the site was recognized as a Memorial Cemetery and National Monument where every year an institutional ceremony is held with the participation of the Head of State, other institutional bolide, partisan associations and the families of the victims. Memorial Cementary of Fosse Ardeatine