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La Foiba di Basovizza, Trieste
Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
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Ci sono andato una mattina,fredda e umida,si raggiunge facilmente ben segnalato,ho visitato il luogo e il centro di documentazione ben curato e gestito dalla Lega Nazionale Trieste,mi ha colpito in mo... read more »I went there one morning, cold and damp, you can easily reach well marked, I visited the place and the documentation centre well cared for and managed by the National League Trieste, struck me particularly, a photo of a young man named Istrian standard Cossetto, killed and tortured savagely just 24 years, which is why I highly recommend visiting this place. ...show original
Nel nostro percorso dopo la Risiera abbiamo portato anche qui i ragazzi. Luogo meno di impatto a prima vista, ma poi quando spieghi....Peccato che abbiamo trovato il museo chiuso...orari un tantino st... read more »In our path after the Rice we brought here boys. Place under impact at first, but then when me explain. ... Pity that we found the Museum closed ... hours a tad strange ... patience! Already we were there there was a nice walk to the Carso. Recommended to everyone and especially to fam with teenage boys to make them grow with more conscience!!show original
Consiglio a chi x amore di verità, di visitare questo sacro luogo per rendersi conto di cosa è capace l'uomo. Anche noi italiani siamo stati vittime di un genocidio non dichiarato.. piaccia o non piac... read more »Advice to those who love truth, x visit this holy place to realize what he's capable of the man. We Italians we were victims of a genocide is not declared. whether we like it or not with due respect to those who do not want to learn ...show original
Mirko doroEasy place to reach of great historical interestshow original
Mauro Gerardo LolloI give 5 stars not because it's great as you may think but because you have to know what kind of place was and why you can't visit particularly for schools.show original
Rossella Marchesini7/14/2015 day I visited the Basovizza's Foiba. Let me start by saying that I was without a car and I have served on public transport to get to the village of Basovizza then I walked to the monumental Centre Basovizza's Foiba. There was only one car. At the end of the visit, I realized it was the guardian. At my entrance into the Centre (at that time I was the only visitor along with my husband) I noticed that inside there was none. Admission was free. Amazed I started reading through the paintings and photos exposed inside. To my immense embarrassment, outrage and astonishment I realized externally, beyond the window of this building, in front of various monuments located outside it, in memory of all the victims of the massacres of the 1943 and 1945, there was a man in a bathing suit lying quietly on a beach chair, Anca position that with a vaporizer you idratava the body to withstand the heat that had to suffer in order to Tan. Shortly after they got three other visitors with cars. The noise generated by tyres in front of breccia, the men in swimwear stood up to get inside the building to wear the shirt he had seen the visitors were going to get. Upon entering you are slightly stiffened noting that already there were visitors, the arrival of which he was aware, as I explained before, without cars were there without joints. I think this behavior is highly improper, unbecoming, insulting, abusive, especially against all those people who were killed them massacred losing lives. And finally misuse against the institution that will donate to this person certainly a salary is certainly not deserved. I hope this review is read by those responsible in order to activate controls and take steps to prevent this disrespectful behavior continue to be hired by this kind of guardian. I'd be tempted to publish photos to witness what was written but for modesty I abstain.show original
Rudy AmbrosiniBeautiful place for recollection and memory. There have been 2 times returning from holidays in Croatia. To seeshow original
Alessandro MolliconeFor years I had heard of sinkholes, but never had deepened so much taking advantage of a short stay in Trieste, I decided to take half a day to visit the Basovizza's Foiba. To reach it from Trieste I did 15-20 mn by bus and 5-10 mn walk from the bus stop. The monument is certainly one of the most charming and exciting I've visited. Place to visit and that helps to reflect on the "peripheral" tragedies of the war.show original
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