In 1926 an enormous ancient stone block was reused as main structure of a new planned memorial
for the «Martyrs of the Fascist revolution». Absolutely important was the position of this memorial
on the highest and most representative hill of Rome.
Main theme of the research is the new presence in the city centre for the memory of the martyrs.
Adding a basement, an altar cover inspired by antique fashion, and an inscription on the block,
the memorial was created for the relational rites as it is documented by photos of the Thirties.
Even if, after the end of the fascist regime, the granite block was turned upside-down on the inscription, the basement removed and the cover in pieces broken, it was possible to study the original
fashion of this monument.