The Nice War Monument, the full name of the Roba Capper Memorial for the Victims, commemorates the Nice heroes who died in the First World War. Located at the foot of the Castle of Nice and facing the sea, it is quiet and one of the largest war monuments in France.
The full name of the Nice War Monument is the Roba Capper Memorial for the Victims. It is mainly to commemorate Nice's war heroes who died in the First World War. The monument faces the sea and lies behind the Castle Hill of Nice. The scenery is very beautiful. He is the pride of the Nice people.
The place where the names of the WorldWar1 soldiers are written in Stone.
The monument at the foot of the Castle Hill is located on the other side of the British Walking Avenue, closer to the seashore on the side of the dock. It's a cave-like monument here. It's still quieter, but most of the hilltops are not very high from this point of view.
On the coast, on the hills and rocks along the mountains, facing the bay, it is tall and solemn. Even those who do not know the history of war will stand in awe and feel a little pressure in front of it. Along the road in front of it, you can walk to the busy area of the middle line of the walkway, the cemetery area and the castle monuments can also be reached on foot at the near three forks on the slope.
The Monument aux Morts is a monument to France's war dead. The war memorial can be found at the base of Colline du Chateau (Castle Hill) across from the Port of Nice. It was carved entirely from white stone an it is one of the largest monuments to Frances war dead in the nation.
On the castle hill, one side overlooks the beautiful wings of Angel Bay, while on the other side there is a war monument hidden in the depression. World War I was ignited by gunfire in Sarajevo, but France, far from Austria-Hungary and Serbia, was also involved in the war. The monument commemorates 36,000 French soldiers.
Walking along the coastline, I marveled at the beautiful scenery, but under the rocks across the road, a stele appeared, somewhat in the shape of an old-fashioned oval clock. In front of it is the French flag, which makes people feel solemn. It turned out to be a monument to the war in France, in memory of the dead soldiers in World War I.
The British walk along the seaside, around the foot of the castle hill, and see the roadside rock wall, sitting on such a monument, flying the French flag, it feels like a very solemn place. In the past, the monument engraved many names, are those who gave their lives for the country in World War I warriors! __________