Today, when one travels the capital of the United Kingdom (London), of the France (Paris), of the Kingdom of Piedmont-Sardinia (Turin) and Istanbul (capital of the Ottoman Empire), one can see that this war has left many imprints and memories in these cities. I wanted to document everything that commemorate the Crimean War in these four great cities of Europe in a single website.
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The painting of Louis-Emile Pinel de Grandchamp

  Triple alliance. The Ottoman-French-British alliance against Russia during Crimean war. This painting... READ MORE

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Ferikeuy Latin Catholic Cemetery

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Crimean Expedition Monument

The monument of Luigi Belli, erected in 1892, celebrates the expedition of the military corps which, between 1... READ MORE

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Crimea district

Crimean District ("Borgo Crimea"), or simply Crimea , is a sub-district of Turin in the southeast of the city.... READ MORE

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The garden of La Marmora

The garden of La Marmora, where the monument of Alessandro La Marmora is located, is on Via Cernia. It is surr... READ MORE

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Crimea square

The Crimean square, where there is   the Crimean Expedition Monument,  is at the east of the Po... READ MORE

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Street of Chernaya

The  Chernaya street (Via Cernaia) is one of the most important streets of the historic center of Turin, ... READ MORE

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Chernaya barracks

The Chernaya Barracks (Caserme Cernaia), named after a victorious battle in the Crimean war, was built on the ... READ MORE

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Alessandro La Marmora barracks

La Marmora barracks (Former name: The Dogali Barracks) is printed in the memory of the city not so much for it... READ MORE