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Drove past here but had to turn around and come back for a quick look. An impressive fort guarding the river. Quite a daunting place to look around. Wish we had had more time to explore. Also found the small shaft were some unfortunate Italians...More
I guess you really need to be into WW1 issues to truly find it amazing. I am not a big fun, but I loved the model with the mountain where the Fort is situated, that helps you to understand how it was and how it...More
We made a brief stop here en route to Bovec on a Julian Alps excursion.
No time to visit the museum inside which was a pity but the dramatic nature of the surroundings and the fort itself are pretty memorable.
Strategically it's fantastic because on...More
Visuted this place today, an impresive fort guarding a bridge-river crossing. The entrence fee is laughable(3€ for an adult 1€ for children) giving you acces to the impresive fort interiour. There is a small exhibition, some relics, and a short history about the fort, which...More
The fortress is really amazing. It has so so much history and I am sure a lot of nice stories. Don't get me wrong, it is really a must to see while in Bovec. But would like to give a kick in the behind of...More
There was a surprising amount to see although not everything was explained in English and it was far worse for other languages.Entrance cost 10 euros for 2 adults and 2 pensioners, so certainly can't grumble. Interesting art display on upper floor.
Don't bother with this fort. There's little within to see and you'll be around it within 20 mins. The admission is very cheap, though. Much better to head direct for Fort Hermann over the road, accessed by a tunnel (see separate listing).
High above Koritnica Gorge near the town of Bovec stands Fort Kruze, in the fifteenth century it was built to defend the region from the Turkish, constructed in wood not like we see today. Over the centuries it has been a military base, the seat...More
I hiked up to the fort and was not disappointed by the effort. The view from the fort is nice and you can explore the trench and a small cave below the road leading to the fort. It's worth a moment to contemplate the people...More