Kobariški muzej d.o.o., Kobarid
(4.8/5 based on 300 reviews on the web)
At Kobariški muzej d.o.o. learn about one of the bloodiest battles of World War I, which Ernest Hemingway vividly described in his novel "A Farewell to Arms." Unlike most of the battles, which were fought in the trenches, this one took place on hilly terrain. A very modern two-building complex houses graphic exhibits documenting the course of the fighting and the lives of soldiers. See photographs, uniforms, weapons, personal items, maps, and large landscape models. Most of the text is in English and you can also watch a 10-minute film in several languages to get the big picture. Before you head to Kobarid, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Kobarid travel itinerary maker, to make sure you see all that Kobarid has to offer, including Kobariški muzej d.o.o..
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Reviews
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  • Such a well presented Museum covering a little-known, tragic WW1 battleground over the peaks of the beautiful Julian Alps. Beautifully covered in different languages with details on soldiers and their...  more »
  • Very helpful museum staff and extremely friendly! This year they are hosting the 100 Year anniversary of the tragic battles in Kobarid dating back to WWI and 1917. The staff went above and beyond to e...  more »
  • For those who want to learn and read up and see one of the most interesting museums at the great war this is an obligatory stop ever
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  • Great Museum from 1. world war and Soča river front where 1 mio. solders died... many great photos and objects.
  • This museum is really interesting, an amazing exposition about first world war, don't miss it
  • horrors of war...
  • Fascinating subject matter intelligently displayed with multilingual descriptions.Helpful and friendly staff.
  • Visit date: from 2007 to 2014, each during the summer holidays. Great Museum, especially about the first world war and the Insonzo battles around Tolmin and Kobarid. Extremely well sorted and with scary and gloomy exhibits and interactive exhibits. Multilingual run (Slovenian, Italian, English, German...). Including cinema room with original footage and short documentaries. In the aftermath of the first WK, the WW2 period and the time of the USSR is offered, also, so it is but smaller. At least a half-day schedule for the visit, otherwise it is only a "race by".
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