Monumento ad Anita Garibaldi

Trastevere & Gianicolo

This dramatic monument commemorates Garibaldi's Brazilian-born wife, Anita, who died from malaria, together with their unborn child, shortly after the siege of 1849. She packs a pistol atop a rearing horse.

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