To commemorate the heroes who died during the First World War, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier was added under the base of the Victor Emmanuel II Memorial Hall in 1921, and the body of an unknown soldier was placed in it. People usually call the monument the monument to the unknown hero. In front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, there are two torches that shine day and night. During the Italian National Day every year, a ceremony is held here, and the President of the Italian Republic personally presides over the laying of wreaths to the unknown heroes. When the heads of state visit, they usually pay tribute to the altar with flowers.
There is an unquenchable fire here, which has always been guarded by soldiers. It is regarded as a war museum, and you can climb high and look into the distance, very imposing
There is an elevator behind the Monument to the Unknown Soldier about 750 meters northeast of the gymnasium. You can go up to enjoy the panoramic view of the city. However, this is for a fee. The large statues on both sides of the stairs lead to the entrance, guarded by soldiers with live ammunition on both sides.