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The museum is at the pass and is very small, basically two rooms at back or a bar. Several guns, ammunition, filed kits and uniforms are on display. There is also a movie of sorts, kind of like a newsreel. The owners, a family, have...More
This museum chronicles the challenges of fighting a war (WW1) in the high alps. Nice collection of photos and videos, well presented and nice titles in three languages. Worth a trip. Takes about 20-30 minutes for a quick and rewarding visit.
Enjoyed our visit to this small but creative Museum today - congratulations to Andrea and his colleagues who have created this very evocative collection of mountain warfare memorabilia from WW1
There are some fascinating exhibits here, from soldiers' writings to actual munitions used in the...More
Many people are so busy with getting to the top of the Marmolada that they miss out on this museum, which is a shame.
Apparently this is the highest point of a (war?) museum in Europe, if I remember correctly (please feel free to correct...More