Australia has been said to ride on the sheep's back, and when you see the Big Merino at Goulburn you will understand why! The locals call it 'Rambo', after an award winning ram from the Bullamallita stud. There is a multi-level gift shop inside Rambo and at night it's eyes cast an eerie green gaze over Goulburn. Nobody knows why.
" ... the largest war memorial in Italy and one of the largest in the world, housing the remains of 100,187 Italian soldiers killed between 1915 and 1917 in the eleven battles fought on the Karst and Isonzo front. Italy's fallen in World War I are commemorated at Redipuglia on 4 November of every year, by the President of the Italian Senate." - Wikipedia
"25-metre tall monument and observation tower, harbouring precious treasures of history and art. This magnificent architecture is located at the heart of the natural amphitheatre, offering splendid views of all four points of the compass, namely of the Adriatic Sea, the Friuli Plains, the Julian Alps and the Vipava Valley."