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Monte Grappa, Crespano del Grappa

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Monte Grappa is a mountain of the Venetian Prealps in Veneto, Italy. It lies between the Venetian plain to the south and the central alpine areas to the North. To the west, it is parted from the Asiago upland by the Brenta river, and to the east it is separated from the Cesen-Visentin massif by the Piave river. To the north lie Corlo lake and Feltre valley. In the past, the mountain was called Alpe Madre, and is currently divided among three provinces: Vicenza to the west, Treviso to the south and Belluno to the northeast. It is the highest peak of a small massif, which also includes many other peaks such as Col Moschin, Colle della Berretta, Monte Asolone, Monte Pertica, Prassolan, Monti Solaroli, Fontana Secca, Monte Peurna, Monte Santo, Monte Tomatico, Meatte, Monte Pallon and Monte Tomba.
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  • A collection of various provenance. the first world war, allowing a comparison of firepower des Italian, Austrian and German armies
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  • The road to get there is long, but this symbolic place in eternal remembrance of the horrendous massacres of World War I has an incredible charm and sanctity. Here I don't think what happened then is impossible.
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  • The Grappa is a sacred mountain to the homeland on which stones is literally written the history of the country. From the Summit the view extends between the valleys losing the horizon: on the one hand trerminando on the high peaks, the other towards the plain and the sea following the silvery Ribbon of Piave. On its top a shrine, where lie over twenty thousand boys. A Museum, a gallery, the ridges marked by trenches still partially visible explain to visitors what it means here. A place that deserves respect and emotions to those who can listen to the wind the voice of history.
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