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| - neo-classical|
| - romanesque|
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- Built with a-typical white limestone instead of the traditional Roman travertine. It is the symbol of Italian unity.
- It also houses the tomb of the "unknown soldier". A flame burns in his memory with armed guards towards the top of he monument (Altare della Patria)
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