Diga del Vajont, Erto e Casso
(4.7/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
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  • Really sad and exciting this place. Think about what happened and seeing all those flags with the names of children nn ci sn more really makes me cringe. There is also a path to do with Guide to be able to walk right on the dam.
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  • We booked the visit about 3 hours for the price of 10 euro adult, 5 children. The Guide, Laura, science teacher in junior high, is very prepared, competent and clear descriptions. Drove us along a mixture of footpaths, Woods, views and walkway on the dam itself. All very impressive and spectacular especially the walkway on the Crown of the dam, which has a dual view: from the inside, a prospect more scaled engineering work but where you understand the magnitude of the landslide that took place of Mount Toc; While on the other side, the outer one, which has a more realistic view of the magnitude of the retaining wall and especially the underlying prospettivista of the country, which was devastated by the wave. A great experience!
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  • The Majesty of this dam contrasts the great capacity of buildings of Italian engineers in 50 years with the inability to stop at a real risk in the name of progress and economic return. Experience that marked me.
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  • Never forget... Italy already forgot this disaster.
  • Crazy place full of a scary history! The museum unfortunately is often closed, however just seeing the dam and the landslide will give you a frightening feeling.
  • Remembering the lost souls. An amazing peaceful place. A must to visit
  • sad and tragedy place for a remember
  • My great-grandmother used to tell me, when he was little, he "went to the Piave to pull down with a stick cows and bodies from trees", ended up there by the flood of Piave. Only when they are "grown up" I know what it really meant, what had happened and the immensity of the disaster caused by the Vajont dam. Disaster not random but almost expected. It is a warning to those who believe, with science and engineering calculations, to rule the nature.
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