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Cimitero Austro-Ungarico di Brunico

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Via Riscone c/o collina di Kuhlsberg, 39031, Brunico Italy
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Magical CHRiSTMAS MARKETS 3-Days BEST OF Italian Alps EXCLUSiVE TOUR from Munich
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Magical CHRiSTMAS MARKETS 3-Days BEST OF Italian Alps EXCLUSiVE TOUR from Munich

'Dolce Vita' during Christmas time - in Italy this is perfectly possible! Experience with all your senses the magic and very own Christmas charm of the Italian Alps.<br><br>Treat yourself to a festive Advent experience coupled with Italian joie de vivre with this unique 3-day tour: Together with your professional, friendly and even Christmas-loving guide, you &amp; your loved ones will visit the most beautiful South Tyrolean Christmas Markets and also get to know many hidden gems.<br><br>You will LOVE the festive decorations and fairy lights on historic facades, the scent of fried chestnuts and mulled wine as well as a colourful range of original Christmas gifts, especially the famous Val Gardena wood-carved cribs and figures!<br><br>In our new VW-Minivan we travel comfortable &amp; flexible - without worrying about finding the best route or a parking space, but with enough space for you and your luggage. 'Va bene' - there is no better way to get in the mood for the holidays!<br><br>Photo Credit see "Additional Info"
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Kevin H wrote a review Apr 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates137 contributions50 helpful votes
We came across this simple but moving war memorial during a riverside walk this February. It was a beautiful sunny winter day and hiking through the snow by the river came across this totally by accident. Definitely worth a look and lovely to have a secluded experience and reminded us of another WW1 cemetery we discovered on a Slovakian mountain side a year earlier.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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mouse011 wrote a review Jul 2016
connecticut83 contributions38 helpful votes
A short walk from old city, this well kept treasure is like no other cemetery I've seen. The 'headstone' are made of wood; each is a separate piece of art. I mean, this place is super special.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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John W wrote a review Mar 2016
Uckfield, United Kingdom56 contributions13 helpful votes
Easy access for old town to nice quiet woodland walks. Dog friendly but restricted access to cemetery applies.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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Thomas Ozbun wrote a review Feb 2016
Vicenza, Italy982 contributions231 helpful votes
War cemetery with tombs of soldiers fallen mostly during WWI (nearly 800) with a few from WWII (about 19). All part of the austro-hungarian empire, it is interesting to note the different religions all came from: catholics, protestants, orthodoxs, calvinisits and even muslim and jewish people.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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Larry D wrote a review Jun 2015
Devon, Pennsylvania41 contributions14 helpful votes
It is a cemetery for war dead from WWI and WWII maintained by local volunteers with all markers being made of soft wood, thus requiring constant maintenance. The setting, within a mature forest, contributes to the feeling of reverence.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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