L'amor Patrio e il Valore Militare (The Love of one's Homeland and the Military Value)
Thanks to the recent restoration, the bronze work by Giuseppe Romagnoli has returned to its former glory and to its original location on the facade of Palazzo d'Accursio after 75 years.
The bronzes "L'amor Patrio e il Valore Militare" (The Love of one's Homeland and the Military Value) have returned to their original location on the facade of Palazzo d'Accursio. The work by Giuseppe Romagnoli has returned to appear on Piazza Maggiore after the recent restoration commissioned by the entrepreneur Francesco Amante.
The bronze high reliefs, which were part of the original monument dedicated to King Umberto I and damaged in 1943, were removed from the facade of the Palace in the same year, transferred to Villa delle Rose and later deposited at the Academy of Fine Arts.
Here they were noticed and admired by the Bolognese entrepreneur, who decided to start the restoration, which has returned them today to their former glory.