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Forte Strino, Vermiglio

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  • I went to visit this Fort and after parking the car I walked across the street and I came across a stairway (with steps "a little" consumed) where it emerges in different rooms on the right and left. These are home to some great photographs of war and maps also include some mannequins dressed as true soldiers of war: the rooms are small and a little low (remember that was a strong): are there any "Windows" "now closed with glazing and out looks pretty good to me really liked
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  • is a Fort of austro-Hungarian origin, built in 1860 and later expanded in the early 1900 's; is accessed via a steep wooden staircase, which excludes access to the fatties and sick at heart. on the other hand promotes digestion. At the top of the stairs there is a very nice gentleman who will explain the history of the Fort. Also if you play nice (and pay the ticket 4 euro) they see an introductory video clips puts you in the reality they faced the soldiers during the first world war. There are doors and Windows, so if you are chilly don't stay there in winter. There is a nice view and you can go around outside (a good chance to get the selfie with the mountains behind). is a recommended step for those who pass from these places.
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  • Strong well preserved structurally in its beautiful circular, unfortunately there is not much to see inside, in the museums in the area there are many more exhibits. Undoubtedly interesting to walk its halls and beautiful landscape views. We recommend the tour outside of the Fort, will intrigue children surely see the latrines used by soldiers ... when we went both our kids that other kids were awed by seeing them ... imagining the cold and frost in which, among other things, there were soldiers!
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  • History.
  • Strong of World War I, well maintained and enhanced.
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  • A piece of history of the first world war. To visit, not to forget.
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  • Site well maintained with exposure also of uniforms and weapons. Recommend the visit to those who were to pass nearby.
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  • Only visited from the outside as passing through a moment of closure
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