There are plenty of things to see, from the history of war (how weapons and battle stategies changed over time), to the many witnesses of first world war. Within the cave under the mountain, original pieces of cannons and photographs give an idea of how hard was to set the fire line over the mountains pulling the all the weapons in the snow, upon steep routes, with the only help of mules. Very touching.
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