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Tualie wrote a review Apr 2020
Varese, Italy1,093 contributions249 helpful votes
...because there are many war museums in the southern Alps; this one is in Valparola pass near the Falzaregho pass on the way to/from Cortina. This is an old fortress formely called Tre Sassi built by the Austro-Hungarian Empire and was part of the line of defense between the former mentioned empire and the Kingdom of Italy. Lots of war artifacts but interesting are the informations and details of their way of life apart from the line of duty; incredible is the energy and dedication put by this family to collect all items throughout the years and put all in one place. Not to be missed if road traveling in this part of the Dolomites!…
Date of experience: June 2019
HL359 wrote a review Jul 2019
Sydney, Australia33 contributions3 helpful votes
Incredible collection of WW1 artefacts, all started by one man and his son. Loads to see and a must for any visitors to Cortina!
Date of experience: July 2019
heidle1 wrote a review Mar 2019
Canton, Texas4 contributions1 helpful vote
Very interesting work and collection of WW-1 artifacts. A labor of love by one man and his family. High l y recommend.
Date of experience: February 2019
glennr2 wrote a review Oct 2018
Kalamazoo, Michigan294 contributions70 helpful votes
This museum is one man's passion and it gives a thorough and interesting look at an overlooked area of World War I. There are amazing artifacts and stories.
Date of experience: September 2018
NinaW2000 wrote a review Sep 2018
Jupiter, Florida503 contributions104 helpful votes
This place is a must do while in town. It is packed with artifacts from the war and the story behind how this place came to be a museum is truly touching! I am happy I was able to visit the place. The views are also out of this world.
Date of experience: August 2018
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