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The Garden of the Righteous of Milan

dedicated to the Righteous from all over the world

Opening in 2003

On 24th January 2003, following the proposal made by the President of Gariwo Gabriele Nissim to reserve a symbolic place in the city for remembrance of morally resistant exemplary individuals from all parts of the Earth, the Garden of the Righteous Worldwide was opened in Milan, in the large green area of Monte Stella. The first trees were dedicated to Moshe Bejski for the Righteous of Shoah, Pietro Kuciukian in honour of the Righteous for Armenians, Svetlana Broz for the Righteous against ethnic cleansing in the Balkans.

The Garden of the Righteous is a place of dialogue and education to personal responsibility that pays tribute to women and men who helped the victims of genocides, persecution and totalitarian regimes in every part of the world. It teaches us to recognize the beauty of good individuals and shows that by exercising even the smallest space of freedom, every human being can become a bulwark against injustice or crimes against humanity.

Activities carried out in this place led to the institution of the Day of the Righteous on 6th March, which became a civil festivity in Italy in 2017.

The Birth of the Association

Since 13th November 2008 the Garden has been managed by the Association for the Garden of the Righteous in Milan, founded by the City of Milan, the Union of Italian Jewish Communities and Gariwo.

Chaired by Milan Mayor in office, every year the Association organizes the ceremony at the Garden on 6th March and coordinates educational, dissemination and cultural activities revolving around this place.

New Look

In 2019 the Garden was renovated based on a project by architects Stefano Valabrega and Giacomo Crepax. The new space has been designed to be a living place of education, remembrance and dialogue not only during official ceremonies, but also throughout the year.

This is why the Garden hosts a real path among the Righteous. After discovering the stories of exemplary individuals honoured with a tree and a memorial stone, one walks through Viale del Bene (the Avenue of the Good) up to Albero della Memoria (the Tree of Remembrance), where plaques dedicated to the new Righteous begin. After this, one reaches Spazio del Dialogo (the Dialogue Room), a small area with a few chairs where one can reflect, read and talk. The path then leads to a peculiar piece, Albero delle Virtù (the Tree of Virtues). Its geometry recalls the map of Milan and words engraved are the values guiding the actions of the Righteous: solidarity, human rights, civil courage, memory, truth.
At the end of the path, surrounded by trees, one eventually reaches an Amphitheatre dedicated to Ulianova Radice, Gariwo director who passed away in 2018. This space can host concerts, theatre performances, debates and classes, to think about the stories of the Righteous and to what their example can teach us in everyday life.

Experiencing the Garden

Every year, on the Day of the Righteous – 6th March, this place hosts the ceremony dedicating new plaques, before city authorities, the Righteous or their representatives and hundreds of students.

However, the Garden is a place to be experienced also at different times. It is an original architectural space, an open-air museum to be discovered as a peculiar corner of the city; it hosts events, concerts, theatre performances and readings; it periodically offers activities for children and youngsters; it can be visited at any time of the year thanks to the dedication of our guides and to the audio guide created by Gariwo editorial staff - a tour telling about exemplary individuals honoured through images, stories, in-depth analyses, interviews, thematic pathways and quizzes to “play” with the Righteous.

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The Garden of Milan after the redevelopment works

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Experiencing the Garden

The next initiatives at the Garden of Milan

The Garden of Milan is a non-fenced area.
It is always open and you can visit it with our audioguide.

For a guided tour write an email to segreteria@gariwo.net for all information needed.

Righteous honoured

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Name Ceremony
71 Raphael Lemkin
the great jurist who coined the word “genocide”
Ceremony 2022 "Preventing genocides and mass atrocities. The stories of the Righteous against silence and indifference"
72 Henry Morgenthau
the US Ambassador who helped the Armenians
Ceremony 2022 "Preventing genocides and mass atrocities. The stories of the Righteous against silence and indifference"
73 Aristides de Sousa Mendes
the Portuguese consul who helped the Jews to leave France
Ceremony 2022 "Preventing genocides and mass atrocities. The stories of the Righteous against silence and indifference"
74 Evgenija Solomonovna Ginzburg
witness to the whirlwind of the Gulag
Ceremony 2022 "Preventing genocides and mass atrocities. The stories of the Righteous against silence and indifference"
75 Godeliève Mukasarasi
Despite her family was killed, she collaborated in Akayesu trial, contributing to the world’s first conviction for genocide
Ceremony 2022 "Preventing genocides and mass atrocities. The stories of the Righteous against silence and indifference"
76 Ilham Tohti
Known as “China's Mandela”, he was sentenced to life imprisonment for defending Uighur rights
Ceremony 2022 "Preventing genocides and mass atrocities. The stories of the Righteous against silence and indifference"
70 Ruth Bader Ginsburg
liberal judge and pioneer of feminism, fought for gender equality at the US Supreme Court
Ceremony 2021 "For a new Humanity. The example of the Righteous in a world marked by Covid"
69 Liu Xia
human rights advocate in China, she shared Liu Xiabo's commitment for democracy
Ceremony 2021 "For a new Humanity. The example of the Righteous in a world marked by Covid"
68 Liu Xiaobo
Writer and soul of Charter 08, the manifesto for the rule of law in communist China
Ceremony 2021 "For a new Humanity. The example of the Righteous in a world marked by Covid"
67 Carlo Urbani
he was a Nobel Peace Prize winner and the first physician to diagnose SARS
Ceremony 2021 "For a new Humanity. The example of the Righteous in a world marked by Covid"
66 Dag Hammarskjöld
an introverted diplomat for peace, he increased the executive role of the Secretary General in peace operations
Ceremony 2021 "For a new Humanity. The example of the Righteous in a world marked by Covid"
61 Piero Martinetti
founder of the Philosophical School of Milan, he was the only philosopher among university professors to refuse to take the oath to the fascist regime in 1931
Ceremony 2020 "The Righteous of global responsibility"
60 The Women of Rosenstrasse
they saved 2.000 Jews with a bold protest on Berlin's Rosenstrasse
Ceremony 2020 "The Righteous of global responsibility"
62 Wallace Broecker
pioneer of the fight against climate change
Ceremony 2020 "The Righteous of global responsibility"
63 Valerij Legasov
the man who managed to mitigate the consequences of Chernobyl
Ceremony 2020 "The Righteous of global responsibility"
64 Yusra Mardini
a young swimmer for refugee rights
Ceremony 2020 "The Righteous of global responsibility"
65 Hevrin Khalaf
activist for the peaceful coexistence between Kurds, Syriac Christians and Arabs
Ceremony 2020 "The Righteous of global responsibility"
56 István Bibó
he helped Jews with false documents and he wrote political analyses in which he opposed the Communist party's dictatorial tendencies
Ceremony 2019 "The Righteous for Europe and Africa"
57 Simone Veil
A Holocaust survivor, she was a magistrate, minister, and the first woman President of the European Parliament and also the first to preside over the directly elected European Parliament
Ceremony 2019 "The Righteous for Europe and Africa"
59 Denis Mukwege
A doctor against rape in the Congo
Ceremony 2019 "The Righteous for Europe and Africa"
58 Wangari Muta Maathai
The woman of trees, symbol of the struggle to promote peace
Ceremony 2019 "The Righteous for Europe and Africa"
53 Ho Feng Shan
the first diplomat who saved Jews by issuing visas for them to let them escape from the Holocaust
Ceremony 2018 "The Righteous of Hospitality. Beyond borders to pull down the walls"
54 Costantino Baratta
the bricklayer from Lampedusa who saved 12 Eritrean children during the massacre of 3 October
Ceremony 2018 "The Righteous of Hospitality. Beyond borders to pull down the walls"
55 Daphne Vloumidi
the hotel owner from Lesbos who was arrested for driving them to the ferry embarkment to Athens the refugees landed in 2015
Ceremony 2018 "The Righteous of Hospitality. Beyond borders to pull down the walls"
52 Hammo Shero
The chief of Sindjar who defended the Armenians during genocide
Ceremony 2018 "The Righteous of Hospitality. Beyond borders to pull down the walls"
48 Mohamed Naceur (Hamadi) ben Abdesslem
the guide who took into safety the Italians at the Bardo Museum
Ceremony 2017 "The Righteous of Dialogue: the meeting of diversities to overcome hatred"
49 Lassana Bathily
the young boy from Mali who saved the Jews during the attack against the kosher supermarket
Ceremony 2017 "The Righteous of Dialogue: the meeting of diversities to overcome hatred"
51 Pinar Selek
Turkish sociologist and peace and human rights activist
Ceremony 2017 "The Righteous of Dialogue: the meeting of diversities to overcome hatred"
47 Raif Badawi
the Saudi blogger sentenced to 1000 lashes
Ceremony 2017 "The Righteous of Dialogue: the meeting of diversities to overcome hatred"
50 Etty Hillesum
was the author of confessional letters and diaries which describe both her religious awakening and the persecutions of Jewish people in Amsterdam during the German occupation
Ceremony 2017 "The Righteous of Dialogue: the meeting of diversities to overcome hatred"
45 Flavia Agnes
a lawyer for women’s rights, writer and activist of gender issues
Ceremony 2016 "The moral and civil resistance of women for their dignity as a universal heritage"
46 Sonita Alizadeh
the rapper who denounced the tragedy of child brides
Ceremony 2016 "The moral and civil resistance of women for their dignity as a universal heritage"
42 Felicia Bartolotta Impastato
Peppino Impastato’s mother
Ceremony 2016 "The moral and civil resistance of women for their dignity as a universal heritage"
44 Halima Bashir
a doctor in Darfur
Ceremony 2016 "The moral and civil resistance of women for their dignity as a universal heritage"
43 Vian Dakhil
Yazidi deputy against the Islamic State
Ceremony 2016 "The moral and civil resistance of women for their dignity as a universal heritage"
41 Azucena Villaflor
founder of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo
Ceremony 2016 "The moral and civil resistance of women for their dignity as a universal heritage"
23 Khaled al-Asaad
the keeper of Palmyra
Special Ceremony 2015
6 ​Mehmet Gelal Bey
the vali of Aleppo who opposed the Armenian genocide
Ceremony 2015 "Then and now, the Always Needed Righteous"
3 Alganesh Fessaha
a woman to the rescue of migrants in Africa and Lampedusa
Ceremony 2015 "Then and now, the Always Needed Righteous"
5 Razan Zaitouneh
a human rights advocate in Syria
Ceremony 2015 "Then and now, the Always Needed Righteous"
4 ​Ghayath Mattar
Syrian activist killed because of his struggle for democracy
Ceremony 2015 "Then and now, the Always Needed Righteous"
1 Rocco Chinnici
brave promoter of the first anti-Mafia team of the Palermo courthouse, was killed by the cosche (Mafia group)s
Ceremony 2015 "Then and now, the Always Needed Righteous"
2 Italian Coast Guard
women and men that risk their lives to save the ones on the run from hunger and violence
Ceremony 2015 "Then and now, the Always Needed Righteous"
7 Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli
architect of Inter-religious Dialogue
Ceremony 2014 "Believers and non-believers, the same responsibility"
40 Beatrice Rohner
she protected the Armenian children from genocide
Ceremony 2014 "Believers and non-believers, the same responsibility"
14 Nelson Mandela
the “giant” of the struggle against apartheid
Ceremony 2014 "Believers and non-believers, the same responsibility"
12 Giuseppe Sala
organized the rescue of the Jews with the Opera San Vincenzo
Ceremony 2014 "Believers and non-believers, the same responsibility"
12 Giovanni Barbareschi
founder of OSCAR
Ceremony 2014 "Believers and non-believers, the same responsibility"
12 Fernanda Wittgens
inspector of Brera who protected both precious art and the persecuted
Ceremony 2014 "Believers and non-believers, the same responsibility"
10 Václav Havel
leader of the Velvet Revolution
Ceremony 2013 "Public figures at the service of the common good"
9 Dimitar Peshev
he rescued 48,000 Bulgarian Jews from deportation
Ceremony 2013 "Public figures at the service of the common good"
38 Fridtjof Nansen
he created a special passport to rescue the stateless and the genocide victims
Ceremony 2013 "Public figures at the service of the common good"
37 Samir Kassir
journalist and Political Activist
Ceremony 2013 "Public figures at the service of the common good"
8 Primo Levi
the writer who bore witness to the Holocaust
Ceremony 2012 "The witnesses of memory"
11 Claire Ly
the Cambodian genocide testimony in Back from Hell
Ceremony 2012 "The witnesses of memory"
13 Yolande Mukagasana
a survivor and witness from Rwanda
Ceremony 2012 "The witnesses of memory"
39 Ayse Nur (Sarisözen) Zarakoglu
she was repeatedly jailed in Turkey for bearing witness to the truth about the Armenian genocide
Ceremony 2012 "The witnesses of memory"
20 Aleksandr Isaevich Solzhenitsyn
author of The Gulag Archipelago
Ceremony 2011 "The unheard witnesses"
21 Romeo Dallaire
general who tried in vain to warn the UN about the upcoming genocide in Rwanda
Ceremony 2011 "The unheard witnesses"
36 Armin T. Wegner
He warned the leaders of his time to stop genocide against the Armenians and the Jews
Ceremony 2011 "The unheard witnesses"
27 Sophie Scholl
the white rose that stood up to Nazism
Ceremony 2011 "The unheard witnesses"
24 Jan Karski
he tried in vain to warn the Great Powers about the genocide against the Jews
Ceremony 2011 "The unheard witnesses"
34 Giacomo Gorrini
he broke the silence in order to bear witness to the Armenian tragedy
Ceremony 2010
35 Enrico Calamai
the vice consul who rescued 300 people from the military dictatorship
Ceremony 2010
15 Vasily Grossman
in his Life and Fate he denounced the crimes of both communism and nazism
Ceremony 2010
25 Marek Edelman
vice commander of the Warsaw insurrection
Ceremony 2010
26 Guelfo Zamboni
he opposed the Nazis in order to rescue Italian and Greek Jews
Ceremony 2010
18 Neda Agha Soltan
a symbol of Iranian dissent
Ceremony 2010
32 Hrant Dink
journalist who promoted dialogue and reconciliation between Turks and Armenians
Ceremony 2009
30 Pierantonio Costa
consul and enterpreneur who rescued 375 children during genocide in Rwanda
Ceremony 2009
29 Anna Politkovskaya
murdered in Moscow for reporting atrocities in Chechnya
Ceremony 2009
28 Dusko Kondor
murdered for testifying about Serb crimes
Ceremony 2009
17 Khaled Abdul Wahab
a Tunisian Arab who saved Jewish lives during the Holocaust
Ceremony 2009
16 Italian Righteous among the Nations
they helped the Jews by disobeying "racial laws"
Ceremony 2009
19 Andrei Sakharov
he defended peace and human dignity in the Gulag
Special Ceremony 2003
31 Moshe Bejski
The man who created the Garden of the Righteous
Ceremony of inauguration 2003
33 Pietro Kuciukian
fights against negationism and honors the Righteous of the Armenian genocide
Ceremony of inauguration 2003
22 Svetlana Broz
cardiologist who told the stories of rescue from the conflict in the former Yugoslavia
Ceremony of inauguration 2003

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    The Righteous reported by civil society

    Over the years, on the occasion of the Day of the Righteous, many exemplary figures reported by citizens and associations have been remembered. Stories related to Milanese social fabric, to the Righteous who helped the persecuted during the Second World War, but also stories in the context of the crises of our time.
    These “Righteous reported by the civil society” have been included in the Virtual Garden - Monte Stella Area, or celebrated during official ceremonies with the delivery of a parchment. Their stories are collected on Gariwo’s website, so that they can be spread among students and citizens, to strengthen the bond between the Righteous and civil society more and more.

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    Giulia Galletti Stiffoni
    her cunning and charm save the lives of Mrs. Weiss and other fugitives during one of the periodic fascist searches
    Ceremony 2022
    Patriarch Konstantin Kiril
    with his tenacity, between 1943 and 1944, he prevents the deportation of Bulgarian Jews to the extermination camps
    Ceremony 2022
    Achille Castelli
    the National Councilor of the PNF who saved the persecuted and refused to hand over his employees
    Ceremony 2022
    Eugenio Damiani
    Lombard building contractor who transformed his house into a refuge for anti-fascists
    Ceremony 2021
    Alessandro Cofini
    agricultural entrepreneur from Abruzzo who saved the Jewish family Nathan from persecution
    Ceremony 2021
    Giorgio Paglia
    anti-fascist who saved the lives of Jewish children at the risk of his own
    Ceremony 2021
    Maria Lucia Vandone (Cicci)
    anti-fascist that saved the lives of Jewish children at the risk of her own
    Ceremony 2021
    Maria Mascaretti
    a courageous employee, she put her life on the line to save dozens of Vogherese Jews from persecution
    Ceremony 2021
    The Sopianac family
    The family that hid the Jews on the premises of their company. They helped and saved many Jewish families.
    Ceremony 2021
    Erich Eder
    a young Commanding Officer of the Wehrmacht who saved Jewish families from deportation
    Ceremony 2021
    Maurizio Lazzaro de' Castiglioni
    the general of Mussolini who saved the Jews
    Ceremony 2021
    Susanna Aimo
    housekeeper of the Segre family since the early 1900s, she was ready to take risks for all the members of the family and kept their objects until the war was over
    Ceremony 2021
    Francesco Quaianni
    he worked in favour of antifascists and partisans
    Ceremony 2020
    Emily Bayer
    she gave free hospitality to a Jewish family during the war
    Ceremony 2020
    Father Italo Laracca
    rescuer and reference figure for all those in need during the Second World War
    Ceremony 2020
    Carlo Bianchi
    he dedicated his life helping those in need, saving the Sonnino-Shapira Jewish family from persecution
    Ceremony 2020
    Father Andrey Sheptytskyy
    great opponent of the communist and nazi ideologies
    Ceremony 2020
    De Regibus Family
    they hid and saved a Jewish family
    Ceremony 2020
    Leonilde Simonazzi
    she saved Jews, with courage and disinterest, by helping them to expatriate to Switzerland
    Ceremony 2020
    Reinhold Chrystman
    he saved nearly 700 Jews, including many children
    Ceremony 2020
    Carlo Tagliabue
    he saved thirty Jewish women from Nazi-fascist persecution
    Ceremony 2020
    Nella Molinari and Luigi Cortile
    They saved some families in Milan from Nazi persecution by helping them flee to Switzerland
    Ceremony 2020
    Franco Basaglia
    he has been the main driving force of the real change in psychiatry
    Ceremony 2020
    Adélaïde Hautval
    The doctor who treated the Jews in Birkenau refusing to execute the Nazi orders
    Ceremony 2019
    Andrea Angeli
    Italian UN official who, in besieged Sarajevo, first worked to find and rescue Rosaria Bartoletti
    Ceremony 2019
    Maria Bertolini Fioroni
    The Italian "mother of the house on the mountain" that hosted numerous fugitives during the Second World War
    Ceremony 2019
    Father Costantino Frisia
    Missionary in Rwanda, he rescued some young Tutsi nuns during the hundred days of the Rwanda genocide
    Ceremony 2019
    Gerhard Kurzbach
    A Nazi who became a Righteous among the Nations
    Ceremony 2019
    Guido Ucelli di Nemi and Carla Tosi
    the couple of enlightened enterpreneurs who risked everything to hide some Jews
    Ceremony 2019
    Luz Long
    The German athlete who suggested the winning strategy to his black adversary Jesse Owens, thus becoming a universal symbol of brotherhood among the peoples
    Ceremony 2019
    Mons. JP Carroll Abbing
    Founder of the "Opera Nazionale Per Le Citta' Dei Ragazzi", he devoted his life to the assistance and education of young people without a family
    Ceremony 2019
    Giandomenico Picco
    the "disarmed soldier of diplomacy"
    Ceremony 2019
    Sister Leonella Sgorbati
    Missionary in Kenya and Somalia, for thirty years she engaged in the training of professional nurses
    Ceremony 2019
    Vito Fiorino
    rescuer of refugees in Lampedusa
    Ceremony 2018
    ​Emilia Kamvisi
    the grandmother of Lesvos
    Ceremony 2018
    Stratos Valiamos
    fisher of men in the Isle of Lesbos
    Ceremony 2018
    ​Melinda McRostie
    owner of The Captain's Table: the restaurant of Lesvos helping the refugees
    Ceremony 2018
    Eric Kempson
    The English artist who rescues the 'lost souls' of Lesvos.
    Ceremony 2018
    ​Efi Latsoudi
    Coordinator of the Pikpa Solidarity Camp and winner of 2016 Nansen Refugee Award for her tireless work helping refugees on the Greek island of Lesvos
    Ceremony 2018
    Christoforos Schuff
    the priest "fisher of men"
    Ceremony 2018
    ​Daniela Pompei
    Responsible of the Sant'Egidio Community's services for migrants
    Ceremony 2018
    Maria Quinto
    Coordinator of the humanitarian corridors and of the migrants services promoted by the Sant'Egidio Community
    Ceremony 2018
    The schoolgirls of Rorschach
    the brave denounce against Helvetic Government's indifference
    Ceremony 2018
    Andrea Ghetti
    co-founder of OSCAR, together with Don Giovanni Barbareschi
    Ceremony 2018
    Guglielmo Barbò
    deported to Flossembürg Camp after having joined the Resistance movement
    Ceremony 2018
    Corrado Bonfantini
    promoter of the socialist ideals of freedom and social justice.
    Ceremony 2018
    Erwin Kräutler
    the rebel bishop, defender of the indigenous peoples and the Amazon forest
    Ceremony 2018
    Fritz Michael Gerlich
    a journalist against Hitler
    Ceremony 2018
    Maria Vittoria Zeme
    the red cross volunteer nurse interned in the nazi lager of Zeithain
    Ceremony 2018
    Sister Enrichetta Alfieri
    the mother of San Vittore
    Ceremony 2017
    Albino Badinelli
    the policeman who turned himself in to the Nazi-Fascists to save 20 hostages and the whole country from the retaliation
    Ceremony 2017
    Angelo and Felicita Ballabio
    milanese spouses who hid in their home a Jewish couple
    Ceremony 2017
    Mario Borsa
    The anti-fascist journalist who defended the independence and freedom of expression
    Ceremony 2017
    Father Eugenio Bussa
    He founded a displacement Colony where he hid several Jewish
    Ceremony 2017
    Leonida Calamida
    The partisan who risked his life delivering false papers to Jewish on the run
    Ceremony 2017
    Vittorio Castellani
    The diplomat who protected the Jews in Croatia
    Ceremony 2017
    Ettore Castiglioni
    He guided and took to safety Jews and political persecuted through Alpine passes
    Ceremony 2017
    Sister Donata Castrezzati
    The Mother Superior who hid several Jews and victims of political persecution in his elder care institute
    Ceremony 2017
    Father Francesco Cavazzuti
    The missionary priest who protected the farmers in Brasil, putting at risk his own life.
    Ceremony 2017
    Father Placido Cortese
    A priest who saved several Jewish refugees and soldiers scattered after September 8, 1943.
    Ceremony 2017
    Mbaye Diagne
    The Senegalese UN Captain who tried to stop the genocide in Rwanda
    Ceremony 2017
    Salah Farah
    He could save him life by declaring himself a Muslim, but he preferred to protect Christians during a terrorist attack in Kenya
    Ceremony 2017
    Father Piero Folli
    A brave priest from the Maggiore Lake
    Ceremony 2017
    Piero Gnecchi Ruscone
    The director of the Opera S. Vincenzo who participated in the Milan rescue network for Jews and others persecuted
    Ceremony 2017
    Nadezhda Mandel'shtam
    Wife of the dissident poet Osip Mandel'shtam
    Ceremony 2017
    Majda Mazovec
    The Slovenian student in Padua, who became a courier of the Resistance to save civilian and military refugees.
    Ceremony 2017
    Father Primo Mazzolari
    A brave priest who stood up to the Nazi.
    Ceremony 2017
    Lucillo Merci
    the captain who helped Guelfo Zamboni rescue Jewish lives
    Ceremony 2017
    Giuliano Pajetta
    The leader of the Resistance who took care of his companions in the lager, risking his life.
    Ceremony 2017
    Ubaldo Pesapane
    The scribe of Flossenburg who helped the Jews
    Ceremony 2017
    Antonio Pistocchi
    Railway engineer who rescued the Jews in Cesena during the Shoah
    Ceremony 2017
    Giancarlo Puecher
    A life dedicated to the homeland, defending the oppressed.
    Ceremony 2017
    Angelo and Teresa Tosi
    They hid eight Jews in Calcinato
    Ceremony 2017
    Ferdinando Valletti
    The football player who saved his fellow prisoners and the painter Aldo Carpi
    Ceremony 2017

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