Australians and New Zealanders will mark ANZAC Day 2017 with memorial services in Rome, Milan and Catania.
Originally held to commemorate members of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) who fought at Gallipoli in Turkey in world war one, ANZAC Day is now an occasion for the two countries to pay tribute to all members of their armed forces who lost their lives in conflict.
Tuesday 25 April at 09.00 am
Rome War Cemetery
Via Nicola Zabaglia
An informal reception will follow the service at the New Zealand Embassy, Via Clitunno, 44.
All are welcome - for security reasons an RSVP is mandatory for those wishing to attend. Contact email@example.com or tel. 068537501.
Sunday 23 April at 09.15 am
Commonwealth War Cemetery
Via Cascina Bellaria
Followed by a Memorial Service at 10.30 am at All Saints' Church, Via Solferino, 17
Refreshments will be served after the Memorial Service at All Saints' Church.
New Zealanders, Australians and all others are welcome to attend.
*Please note, a memorial service will be held at the Commonwealth War Cemetery with a further one at All Saints' Church.
Wednesday 26 April at 11.30 am
Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery
Stradale Passo Del Fico – Industrial area
12.45 pm Conclusion of the Commemoration