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A new museum which has been well planned. It tells the history of the battery and the lives of those who manned it during the wars.
It is a reminder of a time we can scarcely comprehend. Lots of interesting artefacts including some you can...More
This building has been renovated to commemorate 100 yrs since Italy's involvement with WW1.
I have been intrigued by these derelict buildings for the past 10 years and is great to see that they are now being opened to public view.
This building appears to...More