Acca Larentia

On the 7th of January takes place in Rome in the Tuscolano suburb, precisely in Acca Larentia street, a commemoration of two far-right militants of the Youth Front, killed in that day of 1978 during an action of a radical left group.
Indeed the demonstration is mainly an official excuse, in order to organize a sort of paramilitary parade with fascist salutes and dictatorship apology. The poster of the event also shows an imperial eagle on the top conveying the typical rethoric of the regime.

Acca Larentia has represented for years, amid a thousand controversies and protests also by the residents of the area, a “liturgical” moment in the calendar of the Italian far right: like the memory of Sergio Ramelli in Milan.